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THE BASIC LANGUAGE: REALITY 7
THE USE AND MISUSE OF WORDS 13
HUMAN CULTURE OF HUMANS 15
TWO CULTURES OPPOSING EVOLUTION 17
ONE CULTURE OPPOSING THE OTHER TWO 23
OPPOSING CULTURES CANNOT BE MIXED 27
AN ATTRACTIVE FRONT FOR MASS MANIPULATION 29
CONFLICT BETWEEN CULTURES 34
THE MAKING OF A GROUP-ENTITY 40
A GROUP-ENTITY WITHOUT ADORNMENT 43
SOME ATTEMPTS TO MIX CULTURES 47
WORDS USED TO COMMUNICATE AND
WORDS AS WEAPONS OF DESTRUCTION 51
A COMBINATION OF MISUSED WORDS AND FORCE 58
THE REVOLT OF THE VIKINGS 67
SEGREGATION PROVIDES A NEW OPPORTUNITY 70
THE CURRENT WORLDWIDE PICTURE 79
ABOUT THE BOOK'S AUTHORS 89
THE BASIC LANGUAGE: REALITY
We humans usually recognize something we call reality
that is different from our thoughts and dreams. It includes
matter that has continuity in time, extension in space, and
a force, or will, that overrides our thoughts and dreams.
Most of us divide matter into two categories: non-living
matter and living things.
We, and all living things, have command over the force
of a limited portion of matter that we call our bodies. Our
will uses the force of this limited portion of matter to in-
teract with the world of reality.
All living things eat, or absorb matter that is not part
of their bodies, and thereby increase the portion of matter
that responds to their wills.
Some humans have become fascinated by their ability
to manipulate the force in non-living matter. The fascina-
tion that some find in manipulating what is outside them-
selves, living things as well as non-living matter, goes to an
extreme that triggers opposition from others.
The total amount of matter that has extension in space
and continuity in time is awesomely great in comparison to
that which is under the command of an individual's will. We
can postulate that there is, or was, a will controlling the
whole; or we can postulate that the force in non-living
matter is not, and possibly has never been, under the com-
mand of a will similar to our own.
The authors of this work recognize that we, we living
things, have creative consciousness. Our current knowledge
indicates that we evolved from an aboriginal single cell.
Because our creative consciousness is born as part of us,
we think it is sound reasoning to assume that there is, or
was, an aboriginal creative consciousness from which our
own was born - and to assume that creative consciousness
of the same heritage, along with the will that directs the
force of our bodies, is within all living things.
Some humans try to communicate their impressions of
total reality to other humans in words. The invention and
use of words might be a great accomplishment if words
were used exclusively to communicate. However, a misuse
of words - the use of words, not to communicate but to
control the will of others - has created a worldwide prob-
lem for the human species.
Mass warfare is a very conspicuous aspect of this
A less conspicuous aspect is peaceful mass acquiesence
to the acts of those who are poisoning the earth, air, and
! water on which all living things depend.
A third, but still less conspicuous aspect, is the des-
truction of human life's quality by the use of manipulated
masses to destroy individual freedom. The manipulated
masses force individuals to surrender their innate sover-
eignty and creative consciousness to a fictional sovereignty
and will that is claimed as a group prerogative by the
Word-controlled groups are crowding out all direct in-
teraction between individuals and total reality. Human in-
dividuals are ceasing to function as anything other than
parts of a group. __ The quality of individual human life is
"Being reduced to that of a cell in a multicelled organism.
This work will examine the specific misuse of words
that has led to this condition. Its authors view the trend as
undesirable and want to reverse it. This work presents that
viewpoint for open discussion.
Reversing the present trend means consciously reject-
ing the misuse of words for mass manipulation and reclaim-
ing our individual sovereignty from the word manipulated
group. This cannot be done by creating a new word manipu-
lated group. It can only be done by the cooperative effort
of conscious, perceptive, reasoning individuals. Our
examination of the workings of a non-manipulated group of
perceptive individuals will give us an example that was
once a major world force.
Words, which override the perception and will inherited
from the aboriginal creative consciousness, are imposed on
most children while they are extremely young. Overriding
the newborn individual's innate consciousn perception with
words may be done willfully, or may be done unintentional-
ly because inprecisions and double meanings are built into
We will try to avoid confusing words, and limit what
we postulate about the currently functioning long range
direction of the creative consciousness to what can be de-
duced by observing the world of reality.
Our individual creative consciousness operates in the
universe of time.
We observe that we evolved from single cells through a
process of evolution. The process of evolution operates in
the universe of time and its observable direction exists in
the universe of time.
Without discussing time, space, and non-living matter,
we are beginning this history with the first living things,
from which it is generally assumed that we have unbroken
continuity. If we respect ourselves we must respect some-
thing - a value, creative consciousness, force, will, or
whatever we name it - that is identified with the process
of evolution. If that something were not operative, we
would still be egg-heads without bodies, little balls, single
cells floating in the soup with other single cells.
We will orient on what our observation of the evolu-
tionary process tells us about the long range direction of
that something - which we call the aboriginal creative con-
sciousness - during the time that the creative function can
be seen in living things.
From the facts that can be observed, we assume that
the first single cell grew and then divided itself and be-
This cell division is the first observable indication of
the direction established by the process of evolution. Each
of the two new cells that came from the first divided in
the same way. This happened again and again.
Then some of the cells began to stay together and co-
operate. In time they began to specialize. Some took in the
food. Some passed it around to the others. Some threw out
what was left that none of them wanted.
This specialization went on until the cells within the
cooperative organization could not survive alone. When we
see that happen, we begin to think of the total group of
specialized, cooperating cells as the living thing. We call
the thing we are focusing our attention on and talking
about an entity. When the cells cannot survive alone, we
change our focus and think about the multi-celled thing as
the new living entity.
Some living entities take most of their food from the
earth and sunlight. Some get their food by eating the
others. Eating instead of being eaten became an early basis
of the evolutionary process that selected living entities for
survival. When finding good things to eat and eating them
was the only relationship between living things they all
seemed to have enjoyed it. It appears that this went on for
over two thousand million years.
Then, maybe about six hundred million years ago, the
evolutionary process resulted in a new pattern that we call
sex. Before sex each living entity merely divided itself to
make a new entity. Sex, as a condition for species survival,
requires that two different entities come together, that
each give part of itself, and the parts be joined to make a
Sex introduced a new way of selecting living things for
evolutionary survival. Species survival required a sexual
creature to enjoy perception of another living entity with-
out eating and making it part of itself.
The old evolutionary pattern of eat or be eaten was
still part of the evolutionary selective process. Sex did not
replace it. Sex was added to it. In order to continue as
part of the time flowing direction of evolution, living
entities of the new kind had to work both into their pat-
tern of living.
Survival on the evolutionary plateau of sex required
improved perception. The evolutionary process selected for
survival those who could perceive and find value in an enti-
ty other than oneself. We have observed that enjoyment of
living is part of the inborn force, or will, that character-
izes living things. On the sexual plateau, perceptive enjoy-
ment of an entity different from oneself as an objective
whole - rather than as something to be torn up and made
part of oneself - became part of the evolutionary pattern
that selected living entities for survival.
The attempts of various species to work out the best
pattern for sexual relations provide numerous models that
we can see, think about, and use as examples to consider
when making conscious choices regarding what might be
best for ourselves.
Some worms have male and female parts all lined up in
one living entity. Some shell fish change sex from male to
female and back again depending on what mates are avail-
able. Among some fish the male is so much smaller than the
female that it is difficult to recognize that they are the
same species. Among some insects the female, after the
male gives her the parts of himself to make a new entity,
goes back to the more primitive stage of evolution and eats
Among most animals that are enough like humans for us
to feel companionable with them, the male is usually bigger
than the female because he fights off intruders while the
female takes care of the young. Also he fights other males
who want to mate with the same female that he does. The
innate sexual difference in behavior among dogs and horses
is often conspicuous enough to be impressive. We see it as
a sexual division that affects evolution by balancing (1)
creation by selective destruction with (2) creation by cher-
ishing and preserving. This sexual division forms complimen-
tary, perception-stimulating perspectives - balanced by
being divided between two individuals - that can be effect-
ively used by conscious creative humans. We, therefore,
view it in ourselves as a desirable trait that we want to
A method of dealing with sex that can be seen as a
serious warning when considering possible human choices is
what the so-called n social M insects - the ants, termites, and
some species of bees - did to their sexual beings. They
would be more accurately called the "regressive" insects.
After they had become sexual entities they turned their
own evolutionary development backward. They returned to
the state of evolution that existed before sexual perception
became a factor of evolutionary selection. The individuals
that were once sexual beings lost their sex and took on the
function of specialized cells in the overall new entity they
developed - the ant or termite hill or the bee hive.
This example is important to us because humans are
now doing the same thing. Humans are specializing and des-
troying their inborn sexual behavior. They are forming
group-entities made up of living components who are no
longer allowed to behave as separate individuals.
Most animals have a much sharper sense of smell than
humans. Odors are as important to them as words are to
humans. To them, sex odors are extremely strong, and ex-
tremely persuasive. Most animals use sex odors to find
mates and then make perceptive selection among the mates
The "social" insects misused sex odors to turn their
evolutionary development backwards and create new group-
entities that were asexual. They rejected the discriminating
sexual perception bred into individuals and went back to
where all living things were six hundred million years ago.
Humans are now using words to do the same thing that
these regressive insects did with sex odors. We, who do not
like that direction, want to look at how words can be used
to communicate and how they have been, and are being,
misused to manipulate masses and create group-entities that
function as asexual organisms.
THE USE AND MISUSE OF WORDS
As soon as humans began to use words, parents could
tell their children about things the children hadn't seen,
and tell the children what foods were good to eat, where
to get them, how to build fires, how to cook, how to build
houses to keep out the rain and snow. As long as words
were used as pointers to reality, they did not stop the
children from thinking for themselves. Words stimulated
The problem that humans have created for themselves
results from the way words are used in combination with
force. Words alone are not the problem. And force alone is
not the problem.
The ability of a living thing to use the force of its
body is what lets us know that it a living thing. The use of
this force to oppose other living things is part of the
process of evolution.
If we wanted to break up the combination that causes
the problem we should choose to do away with the use of
words rather than the use of force. Words are a very re-
cent experiment as compared to three billion years that
force has been used. We must recognize that force is here
All animals use force to get others to do or not do
what they want or don't want. The use of force is the way
the mother horse or mother dog gets the young horse or
young dog to do or not do what the mother wants or
doesn't want. The use of force is the way human parents
get children to do or not do what they want or don't want
before the children have learned about words. Force is
what adult animals, including adult humans, use in their re-
lations to other adults who oppose what they want to do.
Among non-human adult animals, and among human
adults, opposing wills often lead to fights and one of two
contestants gets killed. When the process of evolution is
operating in its natural way, and when the fight goes to
the death of one contestant, the process breeds out the
weak and stupid. It breeds out the weak in favor of the
strong. It breeds out the stupid who lack the perception to
know that they should run, make friends, or otherwise avoid
getting into the fight in the first place.
Forcing one's will upon another does not go against the
process of evolution. Also, using words to convince another
to do what one wants done does not go against the process
However, humans have misused a combination of force
and words to oppose natural evolution.
HUMAN CULTURE OF HUMANS
We use the word "culture" to mean the selection of liv-
ing things that is done by humans, instead of by the process
of natural evolution. Corn culture is planting seeds of corn,
making conditions favorable for their growth, and killing
off other living things that interfere with that growth. Cul-
ture is the use of human will and force to select what will
live and what will die. Culture can go the same direction
as natural evolution or oppose it.
Human culture of humans is a process that uses words
and force in a combination that selects the kind of humans
who will survive and become part of the stream of evolu-
tion. It may select in a way that merely speeds up natural
evolution or it may select in a way that goes opposite to
the long-range direction indicated by evolution.
Natural evolution, which can be traced from the first
living cell to humans, makes for the awesome variety of
living things that oppose each other in the struggle for sur-
vival. The process that selects for survival goes in an ob-
servable direction. The creative interaction between indivi-
dual wills, and between the will, or force, that overrides
all individual wills, is the overall selective process to which
we all owe our very existence. If we perceive and respect
our existence within the universe of reality, we cannot fail
to perceive and respect the efficacy of the evolutionary
process. Respect for its demonstrated efficacy stimulates
awe for that not-clearly-perceived something that results in
the observable long range direction of evolution.
However, at the present time the entire world is domi-
nated by two ^cultures that both oppose natural evolution.
Both would ultimately take the human species back to
where all living things were six hundred million years ago.
There is immediate danger that they will take us past the
point of no return. Avoiding this danger calls for an exam-
ination of how words and force have been, and are being,
combined to override innate perception.
The words used by these two cultures may be based on
a sincere conviction that humans should oppose the process
of evolution and should try to achieve "victory over
nature." Or they may be based on simple selfishness that is
not concerned with the overall reality. Or they may be the
deliberate lies of those seeking to manipulate others be-
cause the feeling of "power over others" satisfies some
The force used by these two cultures may involve bare
hands, beating sticks, swords, guns, atomic bombs, confine-
ment in jails, torture, or anything else.
These cultures, created by the combination of force
and words and opposing the long-range direction set by
Nature, are what concern us.
Both of these cultures were fully active at the time
the first story of humans was set down in words. We are
going to look at both of them.
Also, we are going to look at another culture - one
that went in the same direction as natural evolution. This
other culture was caught in a squeeze between the two
that go against evolution. It is now no longer actively func-
tioning. Unless it can be re-established, the human species
will doubtless either create permanent, "successful" group-
entities and, like the "social" insects, go all the way back
to the eat or be eaten condition that existed before sex -
or destroy itself.
Both of the dominating cultures are essentially the
same in that they oppose Nature. But, because their pat-
terns of combining force and words are slightly different,
we will look at them separately. Because we are looking
mostly at their words as tools of manipulation, we can only
talk about human cultures of humans when we know about
their words. At the time we have the first knowledge of
them in words, one of these Nature-opposing cultures domi-
nated the Orient, and still does. The other dominated the
Mediterranean area and now dominates the whole Western
TWO CULTURES OPPOSING EVOLUTION
A human culture of humans is based on some combina-
tion of force and words. In the Orient force was used to
back up the word-expressed idea that, even when a human
became an adult, he should let another think and make de-
cisions for him. Of course, that was not presented as a fun-
damental idea and adopted because it appealed to native
perception. The combination of force and words was built
up gradually. It began by keeping the family together until
the grandparents told the young parents and the children of
the young parents what to do. It was not force but a word-
imposed concept of "obligation 11 that fashioned the initial
word-implement used in the culture.
As families grew to hundreds, to thousands, there was
less individual perception of individuals. The "obligatory 11
behavior patterns for children, for young adults, for young
parents, and for the older decision makers became formaliz-
ed. The move toward a culture began when parents chose
mates for their children on the basis of conformity to form-
alized behavior. Those whose perception was strong enough
to make them intractable to the practice had no children
and were bred out of the species.
Individual perception of total reality was crowded out
by the pressure on each newborn child to learn the speci-
fically human social behavior that was accepted by all
around. Then, as the child grew, perception of total reality
was further crowded out by pressure to become proficient
in conformity to what was accepted specifically by "social 11
humans. Individual humans did not relate to total reality
directly. They related to total reality only as it affected
their human group as a whole.
Also they did not relate to other individual humans di-
rectly. They related to other individual humans as seen
through a "social" behavior pattern that had been made to
appear more important than innate perception.
Perception bred by sexual being, and the resultant
overall increase in perception when viewing ones relation
to total reality and to other individuals, was being bred out
by pressure for social conformity.
As families grew into great groups, group fought group
for living room. Survival became a simple matter of being
in the biggest group or the one with the best fighters.
The premise of the Oriental culture that ultimately
overruled perception was that group power is a condition of
human existence. It was followed by the corollary that in-
telligent people will accept that condition as an immutable
fact and concentrate on how best to improve the prescribed
behavior and defend the group one is in against other
The word-expressed idea that was combined with force
to form the human culture of humans in the Orient was
very simple. It was nothing but this: "Everyone must recog-
nize that an individual cannot fight a big group and there-
fore must accept someone as controlling the group he hap-
pens to be in, making his significant decisions for him, and
telling him what to do." The non-conformists were bred out
either by killing them for "anti-social" behavior or by not
allowing them to have children.
The people talked about and respected the memory of
their ancestors and invented some of the imaginary beings
that are called gods, which they often thought were real.
However the ancestor worship, and the rituals involving the
idea of gods, were no more than decorations added to their
The Oriental culture of humans, that opposed natural
evolution, was based on simple recognition that a group is
more powerful than an individual.
That simple fact, which could not be disputed, was
made into a force-backed social pressure that prevented
socially acceptable discussion that might examine related
facts. Anyone who might ask, "Why create group power in
the first place?" would be shunned as stupid.
Such force-backed social pressure left one who did not
like the group he was in no option but to create a bigger
and more powerful group. And creating a bigger and more
powerful group required appealing to the practice of group-
entities dominating individuals, which already was the only
idea widely accepted. Full acceptance of the idea therefore
had to be the basis for any new group formation.
At the time of our first word histories of the Orient,
human culture of humans had already crowded out natural
evolution - and turned the direction set by natural
The human culture of humans that first became domi-
nant in the Mediterranean area, and now dominates the
whole Western World, selectively breeds for group-entities
in the same way as that in the Orient. But the words used
in combination with group force are more complicated. The
big group, that is too formidable for an individual to fight,
does not come about simply because the children stay to-
gether and continue to let the words of the parents
overrule their own thoughts after they are adults.
When we look at the first record of the Western people
in words, they had already invented imaginary beings that
they called gods. These imaginary gods, unlike the gods of
the Orient, were a very important part of the culture that
went against the process of evolution. Each group had its
own god, the god was said to give orders to special individ-
uals who then told the others what to do. When a
god-spokesman had a sufficient number of followers to
overpower dissenters, the manipulated followers killed those
in the group who would not obey the god-spokesman.
The emphasis was not simply on demanding that every-
one comform to the will of the group's manipulators. The
emphasis was on the demand that words - which were sup-
posed to have come from a god - replace thought. The god
was said to be someone whose words had to be obeyed
When we look at the first record of Western group-
entity formation, there were already many different group-
entities and numerous gods. The groups fought each other.
The people in a group that was overpowered were forced to
throw out their old god and accept the words supposed to
have come from another god.
None of these gods even remotely resembled what
might be deduced about the aboriginal creative conscious-
ness by observing reality. These were all man-invented
gods, all different but all diametrically opposed to the di-
rection manifest by the aboriginal creative consciousness.
The god-oriented culture of mass manipulation that
came to dominate the West, unlike the similar Oriental cul-
ture that began by adults continuing to obey their parents
and grandparents, conditioned people to obey a source for
"authoritative" words that was intangible, a source that
could not be clearly identified and confronted.
This conditioning to accept a purported source of will
that cannot be confronted has continued. It is the special
form of brainwashing now most commonly used by manipula-
tors in the West. Western manipulators, who capitalize on
this extant brainwashing, have inserted a new intangible
and unidentifiable source called "the consensus of the best
scientific opinion 11 to override individual perception. They
are trying to use it as a replacement for the gods that
were originally accepted as speaking "authoritative" words.
Like the "authority" purportedly coming from gods,
what the current manipulators have chosen as "the consen-
sus of the best scientific opinion" becomes part of the
characteristic Western culture of mass manipulation. Like
the "god authority," this abitrarily chosen "scientific
authority" cannot be clearly identified and confronted. And,
like the "god authority," it opposes Nature, and what might
be learned about the aboriginal creative consciousness by
observing the direction the evolution of living things has
The newly invented "god," the "consensus of the best
scientific opinion," which is the extremely unscientific
opinion that the manipulators select to support their will,
claims: (1) That mutations are accidents, (2) that sex is
merely another accidentally developed method of reproduct-
ion, (3) that living things, themselves, are merely an acci-
dental development of brainless matter, and U) that there
is no such thing as an aboriginal creative consciousnes as
the progenitor of human creative consciousness.
After presenting such untenable statements as "scien-
tific facts," the manipulators claim that "the consensus of
the best scientific opinion" should replace the old gods as
the new source of "authoritative" words. We will discuss
the spokesmen for this newly invented "god" later.
Even before this new ambiguity was injected into the
field of man-invented gods, it all became so confusing that
the word "government" for the humans "authorized" to give
orders in the group-entity was often used instead of talking
about which god was the source of the force-backed
We might describe a government as the formal imple-
ment of a people's culture. But we think that any fruitful
analysis of the human problem will require us to keep our
focus on the cultures, themselves.
The significant thing about the separate cultures that
arose in Orient and the Western World is this: Although the
words and ideas are different, the evolution-opposing se-
lective effect of both is the same. Both promote the idea
that it is impossible for an individual to live outside a
group controlled by mass manipulators. All the governments
that implement these two cultures use group force to back
the idea that everybody must become part of some group,
must accept some source of "authority" as controlling the
group, doing the thinking for every individual, and telling
everyone what to do.
EVOLUTION TURNED BACKWARDS
The selective breeding that results from both of these
two human cultures of humans goes in same regressive
direction long ago taken by the "social" insects.
These two human cultures of humans have now crowded
out all effective opposition to the direction they are going.
More than that, they have tried to wipe out the record
that there ever was any effective cultural opposition to
Because they now dominate the entire world, they have
almost reached their goal of wiping out, or twisting into
unrecognizable form, the knowledge that such opposition
once successfully existed.
They have already competely erased the record of the
opposing culture from all history books provided for com-
pulsory "education/ 1
If they can wipe out the memory completely, they may
be able to force on everyone the brainwashing which claims
that there is no alternative to mass manipulation. Then the
human species will have passed the point of no return.
But as of now we still have a record of such opposition
and we know how it was made ineffective. The only hope
that the human species will not go the way of the regres-
sive insects requires reviving the culture that goes the
same direction as natural evolution. So we need to think
about such a culture and look at the one known example.
ONE CULTURE OPPOSING THE OTHER TWO
The early people of Western Asia and Northern Europe
provide the one historically known example of a human cul-
ture of humans selecting in the same direction as natural
evolution. Apparently aware of what was happening on both
sides of them, they had consciously created a culture of
their own in opposition to what others were doing. It was
In an attempt to distract attention from this unique
culture, the mass manipulators lump the people who had
developed it into the same category with the primitives of
their own cultures and categorize them all by the deroga-
tory term n barbarians. M
The mass manipulators do not want it recognized that
their own human culture of humans produces the problem
facing the human species. They try to avoid discussing hu-
man culture of humans and the conflict between cultures.
They refer to the destruction of the individual sovereignty
culture of Northern Europe as "civilizing the barbarians. 11
In Europe, the Catholic Church pushed that interpreta-
tion of "civilizing the barbarians" to account for its several
hundred years of torture, inquisitions, and public executions
of all individuals who opposed mass manipulation. The mass
manipulators who now control television and movies in the
United States, and for fifty years have dominated the
school system, have pushed that viewpoint to such an ex-
tent that some points in support of what will follow need
to be offered for the reader's consideration.
Some of the earliest examples of fine workmanship are
the artifacts found in Europe. This, coupled with the North-
ern European mythology that those of noble character have
disdain for the kind of "wealth" that gives status in "civili-
zations," indicates that the people knew as much as others
about manufacturing, but had come to place a higher value
on things of the natural world.
The remains of some of the earliest mines for extract-
ing minerals are found in Europe, These give evidence that
the kind of "civilization 11 that requires either slaves, or the
mass manipulation of menial laborers, had been tried and
then abandoned. It did not exist in Northern Europe at the
time of the first word records.
The extant early word records on which we must de-
pend are those of Julius Caesar, written in the first centu-
ry B. C, and Tacitus, written in the first century A, D.
The mass manipulators try to discredit the praise Tacitus
gave to the people of Germania for having a better way of
life than the people of the Roman Empire, They try to im-
ply that he might have had the bias of a Utopian reformer.
But certainly Caesar, who was describing an enemy he was
trying to conquer, cannot be accused of falsifying in the
enemy's favor. The accounts of both Tacitus and Caesar
support what we are about to describe.
Also, the remembered desire for "individualism," that
was still strong among the descendants of the Northern
Europeans who formed the United States, bears evidence of
a long existing culture other than mass manipulation. After
a thousand years under the Catholic Church's intense pres-
sure on the people to abandon their traditional values as
"evil," the people who formed the United States set forth a
Declaration of Independence and a Constitution in support
of individual sovereignty. Even the practice of one-to-one
dueling remained legal in many states until the Civil War
and was still practiced after that by rough and ready cow-
boys in territories that had not become states.
If, even after considering these points, some readers
still adhere to the "barbarian" brand, which the mass ma-
nipulators place on the Northern Europeans who rejected
manipulation, they are invited to consider the following as
the kind of culture which a people intelligent enough to
oppose mass manipulation might have invented. We leave it
to them to explain how the historically known practices -
which effectively opposed mass manipulation and actually
accelerated selection in Nature's direction - might have
come into being if not as a culture.
To keep anyone from organizing a group that could be
manipulated to kill individuals, the Northern Europeans
adopted a practice of socially approved one-to-one mortal
combat. Any person could ask for one-to-one combat with
any other person, including a manipulator who tried to form
a group to ostracise or kill dissenting individuals. If the
would-be manipulator refused to fight on a one-to-one
basis, everyone thought of him as a person without honor.
No one would then become part of his group and - this is a
highly important cultural factor - no woman would want
him as the father of her children.
By full social approval of one-to-one combat this cul-
ture dealt death in the same selective direction as natural
evolution. The one-to-one fights killed off those who want-
ed a group that - as a group - could be manipulated to
overpower and kill off the perceptive individuals who
insisted on doing their own thinking.
This bred out cowardly, underhanded, would-be manipu-
lators, and restored the functioning of natural evolution.
Without a group that preserved and selectively bred for
manipulated zombis, the stupid, who could not survive with-
out someone doing their thinking for them, did not survive.
This culture in Western Asia and Northern Europe also
made a point of reversing the group restraint that was
practiced in the group-entity cultures regarding a woman's
selection of a man for the father of her children.
The group-entity cultures killed women who had sexual
relations with any man without group approval. The North-
ern European culture gave full social approval to a woman's
freedom to choose her mate. The people all rejected the
idea that any group be allowed to arrogate to itself the
power to sanction, or interfere with, a woman's choice of a
mate for sexual relations.
There was another important cultural difference
affecting a woman's perceptive selection of the father for
Because group-entities were built on "positions" with
varying degrees of prestige, those women who got permis-
sion from the group to have sexual relations chose men on
the basis of their "position" instead of innate qualities.
In the Northern European culture a woman had full
freedom of mate-choice, and her perception was not
clouded by the "position" a man occupied. There were no
"positions," so assessing the innate man was easier. Thus
every woman's group-protected-free-will-in-selecting-her
mate was a factor of the culture that, like one-to-one
combat, went in the same direcion as natural evolution.
These factors of the culture bred for individuals of
integrity and sexual perception - as Nature had done before
there was any human culture of humans that needed to be
OPPOSING CULTURES CANNOT BE MIXED
We call the two cultures that breed to develop group-
entities the cultures of mass manipulation. We call the one
opposing culture the culture of individual sovereignty.
Obviously the cultures that selectively breed in oppo-
site directions cannot be mixed so as to get the "best of
each." One will necessarily destroy the other. Any attempt
at mixing them can only result in a confusing hodgepodge
of ideas that will keep anyone from thinking clearly. A
human culture of humans either selectively breeds in the
three billion year old direction set by Nature or turns
around and goes backward. When the cultural direction is
reversed, there may be a static moment, but - like natural
evolution - the functioning culture always selectively
breeds in a direction that is observable in the universe of
Opposing cultures cannot be mixed. But the people bred
by the opposing cultures can be mixed. The words and the
ideas expressed by the words can be mixed. This confuses
clear thought. When the thoughts are confused, people who
think for themselves are slow to organize for action. They
need time to isolate the problem and to discuss what course
of action will best solve it. The mass manipulators, who
have bred zombis that act on directions given them in
words, take advantage of this and quickly get zombi-action
moving in the direction that promotes their culture. They
manipulate their masses to overpower open discussion. Thus
the culture of individual sovereignty is the one most en-
dangered by mixing people from the opposing cultures.
The individual sovereignty culture that once effectively
opposed the zombi-makers has now been rendered ineffec-
tive. The mass manipulators are trying to ensure that the
very possibility of an alternative to mass manipulation will
be forgotten. They talk of culture, itself, as "civilization's
refinements," and thereby deflect attention from any
thought that human culture of humans is the major, and
possibly the only, problem of the human species.
This work focuses on the conflict of opposing cultures.
Without challenging the accuracy of accepted history, we
will look at the well known facts that are usually called
"the rise of Western Civilization." If these facts are viewed
without the predilection "the human species has created a
great civilization" - if the same facts are examined with
the realization that "the human species faces a great prob-
lem" - the authors of this work believe that the facts se-
lected for attention outline the problem with a clarity that
will encourage consideration of solutions.
The human species has enormous momentum in the di-
rection it is now going, and cannot immediately turn and go
in the reverse direction. But possibly it could be stopped
before it reaches the point of no return.
Cultures are not natural happenings. Cultures are
implemented by human will.
The first step is to discover the source of the will that
sets the Nature-opposing direction - and tries to accelerate
the Nature-opposing movement.
AN ATTRACTIVE FRONT FOR MASS MANIPULATION
All extant primitive peoples give evidence that, for
countless millenniums, manipulated groups have been used
to kill off individuals who would not accept direction from
the groups* manipulators. At the beginning of the first re-
corded history of the Western World, some of the Western
groups* manipulators had bred up groups that could be ma-
nipulated merely by the manipulators* claims in words that
they were endowed with some special * 'authority.* * Manipu-
lated group force had already done its work in cultural
It is often said that the best way to steer and motivate
a jackass is to dangle a carrot before him and hit him from
behind with a stick.
In the West, there was a spectacular increase in the
size of the manipulated groups when mass produced "car-
rots** were used to supplement the long used "stick" of ma-
nipulated group force.
This increase in the size of manipulated groups helped
Ihe culture of mass manipulation to gain dominance over
the culture of individual sovereignty.
The current mass manipulators claim that this new use
of "carrots" constituted "the beginning of the good life re-
sulting from civilization." Under the word "civilization"
they try to lump together things that are not related and
thereby cloud perception of what constitutes a "good life."
We need to separate unrelated things that have been
Mass production of useful things by slaves or by brain-
washed zombis and the culture of mass manipulation are
essentially related. But overall improvement in the quality
of human life is not so related. On the contrary, desirable
social relations - mutual love based on perception, and
solidly enduring human companionship - are destroyed by
the mass manipulation that results in mass production.
When looking at the historical facts, we need to view
products that can be made in impressive size or spectacular
profusion, and can be used to promote dense populations, as
weapons for mass manipulation. That is the way they have
always been used or misused.
The distinction between the desirable products created
by human ingenuity and the misuse of those products for
mass manipulation needs to be crystal clear.
The verbal record of human history that has been
twisted by mass manipulators is - at this time - still clear
enough that we can, if we choose to do so, look at the
The significant events of the extant Western culture
that have been recorded in words begin at the east end of
the Mediterranean Sea, in the valley of the Tigris and
Euphrates rivers, with a people called the Sumerians. We
know very little about these people or the culture that
It appears that great numbers of the Sumerians had
been bred by the culture of mass manipulation that bases
"authority" on the purported words of some imaginary god.
The people built canals and used the river water for
farming. This productive effort might have started as indi-
vidual initiative and been imitated by others who saw its
value, but the final, big-scale development was clearly de-
pendent on the "god-given authority" that has characterized
mass manipulation in the Western World.
The area of these two rivers is now a barren plain that
is a swamp at some seasons of the year. What endured were
new instruments of mass manipulation.
One was the idea that the culture of mass manipulation
could be promoted - more effectively than ever before - by
mass producing food to support dense populations. Combined
with this was the new idea of money and taxation. This
idea we will reserve for fuller examination later on.
Another new instrument of manipulation was the idea
that people could be impressed - more effectively than ever
before - by awesome tangible evidence that the group is
more powerful than the individual.
The people of Sumer, on penalty of death, had to ac-
cept the word-stated idea that the manipulators, who made
all important decisions for them, were especially chosen by
some god for that "position," The people were required to
show their acceptance of that idea by building an enormous
structure requiring a staggering amount of labor. This was
a man-made mountain, terrace after terrace reaching from
earth to sky, each smaller than the one below until, finally,
it was topped by a temple some 200 by 100 feet.
The physical impressiveness of the structure was com-
bined with the idea that here the manipulators came to
have their conferences with the god from whom they pur-
portedly received their "authority,"
Two thousand years or so later the Hebrews would re-
cord the story of this structure, call it the Tower of Babel,
and claim that it ended by breaking the people apart be-
cause the Hebrew god made its builders all speak different
languages. The contrary result seems to be the valid one.
With varying architectural modifications, such as those now
found in the cathedrals of Europe, impressive structures
have been built in great profusion and used as places for
cementing people together by providing them all with the
same verbal cliches. The one in Sumer was the prototype of
all impressive products of mass human labor that serve to
weld people into a group-entity of which all individuals
parrot the same words - and obey some "authority" that
does their thinking for them.
This work merely organizes well known information in a
way that shows the continuity of cultural directions. The
historical events are so widely known that we will not
usually clutter up the story's continuity with references.
But because we will be considering the influence of the
Hebrew and Christian Bibles, we may want to make an oc-
casional reference to these widely distributed publications.
In Egypt the whole Sumerian system was substantially
duplicated with conspicuous success. A great devastating
flood comes down to us as a tradition from the early days
of Sumer. Egypt was free of floods. That advantage was
the main difference. The Nile river was used for a group
project of building canals that made possible mass produced
food to support a dense population. The pyramids, the
Sphinx, and the remains of other structures still stand and
impress us with the enormous amount of human labor that
went into creating this awesome evidence that the group is
more powerful than an individual. Herodotus, a Greek
historian who lived about 2500 years ago, reported that just
one of these structures, the Great Pyramid, required the
labor of 100,000 men for twenty years.
The Egyptian manipulators went still further than the
Sumerian manipulators in making up fanciful stories as a
basis for the idea that the manipulators had special powers
to do the people's thinking for them. In Sumer the manipu-
lators merely claimed to be priviledged persons who had
conferences with a god. In Egypt it was claimed that the
Pharaoh had the privilege of thinking for all the people and
telling everybody what to do, because he, himself, was a
god. His assistants, who had the job of thinking up impres-
sive stories, admitted that he had a human mother but
claimed that he was the son of the sun-god the Egyptians
The Sumerian and Egyptian mass manipulators were not
the first to claim that they got their "authority" to tell
others what to do from some imaginary god. This was a
common practice in all the primitive group-entities of the
Western World. We are here giving attention to the manipu-
lators in Sumer and Egypt because they added two new
weapons to supplement those already used by mass manipu-
(1) By organizing mass effort for canal building and
grain storage, they added "carrots" to the "stick" on which
primitive manipulators had relied most heavily.
(2) They had the manipulated people build great stuc-
tures to awe dissenting individuals with the power of a
The massive structures not only impressed the manipu-
lated people, they also impressed the individual sovereignty
people with the increasing power of the manipulators over
their word-controlled masses.
Perhaps even more impressive to the individual sover-
eignty people was the increased density of population that
resulted from mass produced "carrots. 11 Such dense popula-
tions of masses, who let words overrule their perception of
reality, could only be seen as a threat to themselves - as
people who perceived all Nature as the language of the
aboriginal creative consciousness, and, therefore, placed
high value on a direct relationship between each individual
and the natural world.
CONFLICT BETWEEN CULTURES
There are seemingly endless records of wars between
the various groups of mass manipulated people with their
different gods and different governments. The recorded
details are so many that one could spend a whole lifetime
trying to find some significance in them - and then
recognize that the time had been wasted. It makes little
difference which wins or loses. They are all headed in the
way of the regressive insects.
If we don't want to go that way, the only worthwhile
information in the word records of humans is the story of
conflict between the culture of individual sovereignty and
the culture of mass manipulation. This can show how the
culture that opposes evolution's long range direction man-
aged to become dominant. This knowledge will help us when
we think about what can now be done to re-establish a cul-
ture that goes in the three billion year old direction of
Nature. In this look at the conflict between the peoples of
the opposing cultures, our purpose is to discover what it
tells us about the current human problem.
When individual sovereignty people are fighting mass
manipulated people, they appear to be no different. They
must engage in mass warfare and this requires organized
armies. When segregated, when they can avoid any relation-
ship to mass manipulated people, they create no group-enti-
tes. Their culture, that gives full social approval to one-to-
one combat, prevents manipulated entities from being
As we have noted, there is at present no effectively
functioning culture of individual sovereignty. But we want
to look at the way it was destroyed so that we can think
about how to restore it. We want it primarily because it
will give us a better life - allow us, as individuals, to think
for ourselves and relate directly to the total universe as
individuated units of the aboriginal creative consciousness.
But also we want it because, if it could be made world-
wide, it would eliminate mass warfare.
In addition to armies of manipulated zombis, mass ma-
nipulators use words - not to communicate - but as weapons
of warfare. Without discussing cultures - as cul tyires - they
use words to stimulate hatred against the people of th e
individual sovereignty cu lture. When they tell anything
about the individua l-sovereignty people, they put emphasis
ont he well-known"aB ihiy ofthentndividual s overeignty peo ^~
plefas fight ersT^Theln^ri ndiiipul a^^ infer that it
is the individual so vereignty people who cause wars.
It is easy to understand why the individual sovereignty
people were better fighters than the manipulated masses.
Their culture bred for individual courage. Rut more impor-
tant, it bred for honesty in their""ciealing5 with each other.
and for love of their comrades. Whent hey fought Jisjirmies_
agains t^ mass manipulated armies, they were^awa re_tjiat ^
T Revwere fightin g enemies promoting a culturej that was
designed to d estro y what they valued more than life itself -
their jntegri t y as individuals. So every individual voluntarily
gave his allegiance to his commander for a fight to the
death if necessary. When this kind of people opposed what
were effectively slave-armies of the mass manipulators, one
would logically assume them to be the better fighters -
even if six thousand years of history did not demonstrate
When the picture is the spectacular one of armies
fighting armies, the underlying - but all important - con-
flict of cultures can easily be ignored by those who want
to ignore it. In this work the intention is to trace what
others have sought to ignore. To do this, we need to identi-
fy the individual sovereignty people.
In records that depend on words, people can often be
indentified only by their language. The language called
Indo-European was the one that generally identified the
individual sovereignty people when they first moved into
the Mediterranean area and came into conflict with the
mass manipulated people. The people speaking _the_ ^ame^
language also moved into India. In the most ancienFSaiiskrit
^writings Uh e_Ved a) they call the mselves Aryans -^ meaning
excelien l^ Qr honorable^ In the Mediterranean area they
called themselves Aryans and gave this name to the area
they occupied, Iran (Airyana). In the Hebrew Bible they are
called Hittites. " "
At the time of the first recorded conflict between the
cultures, the Tigris-Euphrates culture had become well de-
fined and well established. Babylon, its center, had become
an impressively great city. The form of the group-entity
was becoming very clear. A king of Babylonia, Hammurabi,
had the "laws," the general orders telling the people what
to do and what would happen to them if they did not obey,
engraved on a slab of stone about seven feet tall. On the
same stone was a picture of the king standing before the
sun-god, whom he called Shamash, to receive the laws.
These laws in words were very specific. Hammurabi an-
nounced in the preamble that god sent "me, Hammurabi, the
obedient, god-fearing prince, to make manifest justice in
the land, to destroy the wicked and the evildoers, that the
strong harm not the weak."
The words of those laws distorted the fact that the
manipulated mass was being used to destroy all individuals
who insisted on thinking for themselves. Those words -
"destroying the wicked and evildoers, that the strong harm
not the weak" - set the pattern for distorting facts that
has dominated the culture of mass manipulation in the Wes-
tern World to this day.
The manipulated masses are forced to think and speak
in such confused language that, if one tries to talk to
them, individuals within the group cannot be reached as
individuals speaking a language based on perception of real-
ity. There are no individuals who function as individuals.
All have become mere parts of the group-entity. Anyone
within the grou p whq_oppQ§es the confused, perceptiop- dis-^
torting language~~is caUedan eviHoer"to^Be destroyed. All
outside the group who oppose manipula ted masses, as such,
are called the wicked and the evildoers.
The group-entity thus forces everyone outside the
group to deal - not with its component individual parts -
but with the whole entity. This gives individual sovereignty
people no choice but to band themselves into a fighting
force as the only means of effectively opposing the cultur g
And even then, words are likely to play into the hands
of the group-entity people when individual sovereignty peo-
ple attempt communication in the confused language of
mass manipulation. The Hittites, Aryans, or whatever we
call the individual sovereignty people who had established
themselves to the north of Babylon, tried using the inacu-
rate language. They said, 'If they represent the god of the
sun, we should show them what a god of thunder can do. M
V/ithout realizing that words were weapons, not instruments
of communication, among the mass manipulated people, they
used such words about gods very casually.
However, they looked to no word-speaking gods to tell
them what to do. They thought for themselves and made
their own decisions. When they fought, it was not with
words used to override clear thought and manipulate peo-
ple. They used weapons that everyone recognized as wea-
pons. They moved in on Babylon and j destroved it so com-
pletely that it was totally ineffective^for the next hundred^
As fighters, they were the best in the area. They
brought with them the horse. Faced with the problem of
fighting group-entities they developed the cavalry and the
light wheeled chariots. An organized army was, of course,
necessary when they had to fight a group-entity, and, in
meeting that necessity, their organization was good. Admin-
istration of a group-entity presented no problem for them.
But their culture had always been individual sovereignty.
Forming group-entities was not their way of life.
After destroying a group-entity and facing the spec-
tacle of chaos and confusion among the people who were
left without anyone to do their thinking for them, the indi-
vidual sovereignty people again played into the hands of
the mass manipulators by using their language. When they
had destroyed the manipulators of the people, an unsought
power incidentally fell into their hands: The conquered peo-
ple thought of their conquerors as kings to be obeyed with-
out question. So the individual sovereignty people began
taking on ruling roles and titles that the conquered people
They recognized the danger _of doing t his, so the j cings
s et up councils t o wEom they v ol untar ily gave power to
exec ute themselves if they got carried away from their cul-
tural Heritage by the po wer that incidentally fell into th eir
Trand^ Also, following their tradition of formal one-to-one"
combat, they began the practice of making formal declara-
tions of war. Additionally, a king, instead of using his
"position" to command obedience, often told a subordinate
what he did not like about his administration and, if there
was no agreement, the king, himself, would propose that
they let a fight make the decision.
But there is no way to amalgamate diametrically op-
posing cultures. In an area dominated by group-entities,
individuals have no chance of practicing their own culture.
And there can be no compromise between cultures.
The individual sovereignty people did not lose the fight
in the Mediterranean area because they were M a bunch of
barbarians opposing the rise of civilzation." They did not
fail to establish a group-entity superior to the others be-
cause they lacked the ability. They did not do so because
group-entities were not compatible with their culture of
individual sovereignty. I t_ was the culture, not the niceties
of "civilization," that the fight was aboutl And we who
want to restore the culture of individual sovereignty can
only continue to look at what happened with the hope of
avoiding past mistakes.
After destroying Babylon, these people that the Bible
calls Hittites gradually became intermixed with the group-
entity people and their culture was never effectively estab-
lished. The widow of an Egyptian Pharaoh, almost certainly
Tutankhamen, impressed by the quality of these people,
married a son of one of their kings. Respect for the
Hittites was obviously marked in Egypt, because later a
Pharaoh married a Hittite princess.
However Egypt was also a product of the mass manipu-
lation culture and the individual sovereignty people wanted
no part of the culture as such. About three thousand years
ago the Hittites fought the Egyptians to a standstill and a
major treaty was made between Ramses of Egypt and
Hattusilis 111 that lasted for seventy years.
Wave after wave of the individual sovereignty people
continued to enter the Mediterranean area through the
Iranian plateau. And wave after wave of them was mixed
with the group-entity people. Still they kept coming - and
still they tried to use words to reason with people who had
become zombis Zombis, the living dead, is the only "7
fitting description for people who have been brainwashed to /
the point where they can be fully controlled by mere words /
that come from outside themselves. /■ — '
Over a thousand years after Hammurabi recorded words
that he said came from god, the individual sovereignty peo-
ple were still trying to use the the twisted words of the
manipulated masses to point out to them the "wrong" done
by their "holy" words. Darius, the leader of a new wave of
people who thought for themselves, proud that he was, in
his words, "an Aryan having Aryan lineage" - but faced
with the word lineage of Hammurabi - made known his view
in the "holy" words of Hammurabi by saying "it is not my
desire that the weak man should have wrong done to him by
the strong, nor is it my desire that the strong man should
have wrong done to him by the weak."
THE MAKING OF A GR OOP-ENTITY
The feature of the Western manipulated mass culture
that distinguishes it from that of the Orient is the use of
complicated, confused, and often meaningless words. The
bare preamble to Hammurabi's laws is enough to identify
the pattern of twisted words used by the mass manipulators
in the West. But we can.-ipllow the development of the
Western form of the culture^most readily by looking at the
actual replacement of Hammurabi's initial code. This re-
placement is still current and has been the focal point of
the West's cultural conflict. Many details about its origin
have come down to us in words and a review of these de-
tails will help clarify the total picture.
About thirty-three hundred years ago, a people, whose
language was a division of the Semitic called Hebrew, and
who, as a people, are often called Hebrews, were part of
the Egyptian Empire. It is often said that they were
"slaves" of the Egyptians. Their Bible makes it clear that
tfrey were intermediates between the Egyptians and the
slaves. The Hebrews administered over the Egyptian slaves.,
they had individual slaves that they cons i dered their pro-
perty and which they took with them when they became a_
There is a long story in their Bible of how, in anticipa-
tion of what would happen, they "borrowed" much jewelry
and valuables from the Egyptians. They then accelerated
the sabatoge they had been carrying on until they were
driven out of Egypt. Moses, who had been the leader of the
sabotage activity, was then faced with the problem of what
to do when the Hebrews were a large group with no exper-
ience in living as a separate people.
They had already been conditioned to live within a
group-entity, and apparently had long been culturally bred
for that life. Living as sovereign individuals appears to
have been inconceivable to them. They knew only how to
live as a group-entity. They also knew, and obviously ap-
proved of, the practices that led to the establishment of
the Western World's group-entities. So they offer us a his-
torical example of exactly how the West's group-entities
They were just a large group of people, with their cat-
tle, their slaves, and their "borrowed" gold, jewelry and
valuables, out in the desert. They were already a "civil-
ized" people that we can look at as a group willfully form-
ing a group-entity.
The detailed story provides an opportunity for viewing
a group-entity formation as something separate from the
niceties that are claimed to be the mark distinguising the
"civilized" from the "barbarians." Aside from the clothes on
their backs, their domesticated cattle, their slaves, and
their "borrowed" valuables, they had only one heritage from
"civilization." They had been verbally conditioned to think
of themselves as a group-entity.
They were free but they resented freedom. They com-
plained to Moses that all he had done was bring them out
into the desert to starve and they wished that they were
back. He set about making use of their group-entity con-
Moses had no impressive man-made mountain such as
the Sumerians had built, with a temple on top, where the
manipulators claimed that they got the "authority" for what
they wanted to do from a god. But he followed the practice
that had worked in Sumer. He went up on a mountain to
impress the people that he was getting special instructions
from a god. He did not have good craftsmen to do his bid-
ding but, after forty days, he came down with a slab of
stone with ten of the Hammurabi-type laws on it.
Even after twenty-seven hundred years of "civilization"
that selected only the brainwashed for survival, some of
the people were not as fully conditioned as Moses might
have expected. Some ridiculed what he had done. So he had
to do some additional cultural selecting. According to
Exodus 32:26-28, here is what happened:
Moses said, "Who is on the LORD'S side? . . . And all
the sons of Levi gathered themselves together unto him.
And he said unto them. Thus saith the LORD God of Israel,
Put every man his sword by his side, and go in and out
from gate to gate throughout the camp, and slay every man
his brother, and every man his companion, and every man
his neighbor. And the children of Levi did according to the
word of Moses, and there fell of the people that day about
three thousand men."
Moses was working on the conditioning of the people
without any impressive structures and without any group
constructed canals that were a benefit of "civilization"
that all could see. So he brought forth a statement that his
god was jealous of other gods, that his god wanted no grav-
en images of himself, that his god wanted no impressive
man made mountain such as the Sumerians had built - that
his god had even brought a curse upon the Sumerian people
who thought they could build a temple reaching from earth
to the sky.
Later there would be less talk of being jealous of other
gods, and the claim would be made by the Hebrews that
their god was the only god, the actual creator of heaven
and earth. Future writers would add such extravagant em-
bellishments to the god being created out of words. But for
the moment there were more practical matters pressing on
the mass manipulator.
If the group-entity was to survive as such, it needed to
have a way to live. Moses brought the word, which he
claimed came from god, that it should live on the milk and
honey produced by other people.
A GROUP-ENTITY WITHOUT ADORNMENT
Human group-entities are formed by combining force
and twisted words in a way that overrules individual
thought. Hammurabi said that his "laws from god" were for
the purpose of keeping the strong from harming the weak.
As demonstrated in practice, t hey were for the purpose of
using a manipulated mas s agai nst those w ho cherished their~
individual integrity "and wanted to think for jthemselyesT"
One of the Hammurabi-type "laws from god" tKat~Moses^
brought down from the mountain was "Thou sha lt not kill."
^LJ?^-JIMl€djgLtely demonstrated that it meantJT you sn ail"
not make your own decisions^about~who needs to be killed;^
you shaU^j.et_thje ^spokesman for the group-entity do your
thinking and make all decisions aBMridll ing ToFyou.
Because mortal conflict is a condition inseparable from
existence as a living thing, when group-entities take over
direct relationship to the universe from individuals, mass
warfare is inevitable. Since the Hebrews were already con-
ditioned to think of themselves as parts of a group-entity
and, since the purported word from their god was that they
should live off the milk and honey produced by other group i
entities, mass warfare was a condition to which they were /
committed. They knew it. But there was a problem.
In the specialization that had taken place within the
long-established Egyptian group-entity, they had not been
selected and brought into the Egyptian Empire to be the
fighter class. Nor had they been selectively bred for it dur-
ing the four hundred years they had been there. TTiey had
been intermediates betw een the ruling class and the slaves.
Intrigue, the petty pomposity" of ~mid^ever people seeking
"higher positions," and the ability to twist words - these
were the skills they had learned. They lacked enough men
of courage, with faithfulness to their ideals and their com-
rades, to get the milk and honey of others by open attack.
They turned to the weapons they knew: Their mass war-
fare was conspicuously characterized by emphasis on false-
ness, twisted words, and deceit.
Whenever they could they infiltrated other group-enti-
ties and killed them off without open fights. For some
three hundred years, they did not openly declare themselves
a group-entity by using the word "king" to identify the
manipulator of their new entity. They called their internal
rulers "priests" and "judges" instead of "kings." Saul was
first to take the title of king. This was their first honest
declaration that, three hundred years before, they had en-
tered the arena of group-entities.
At the time of Saul, their major enemy was a settle-
ment of what the Bible calls Philistines. We are not posi-
tive just who these Philistines were. The names of their
towns were Semitic, but they may simply not have bothered
jjj to change the names given to them by others. They clearly
tj were not native to the area because they were called "the
^t sea people." From their customs as recited in the Bible, we
^ can assume that they were products of the individual sover-
q eignty culture. The Bible tells of one of them, described as
a "giant," who came out and dared any man in all of Saul's
^ kingdom to meet him in one-to-one combat. A shepherd boy,
^ David, who had developed skill in the use of the sling, made
Vl\ an impression - apparently on both the Hebrews and the
^ Philistines - by having the courage to meet this "giant"
Philistine. He hit him in the head with a rock from his
sling, knocked him out, then took the Philistine's own sword
and cut off his head. David became a hero in the eyes of
the Hebrews and King Saul was jealous of him.
David developed, or for purposes of deceiving the Phi-
listines appeared to develop, a mortal enmity with King
Saul. He joined the Philistines and they accepted him as
one of their army leaders. He said that he wanted to help
in the leadership of the Philistine armies against the He-
brews. The Philistine's top leader was willing to accept
him, but the council, that could overrule leaders when the
people were dealing with group-entities, would not permit
it. They suspected David's sincerity and thought he would
betray the Philistines in the middle of the battle.
Later events showed that the Philistines were right in
suspecting that David would betray them. David followed
Saul as king of the Hebrews and, with his knowledge of the
Philistines' layout and ways of battle, he began to build a
In building his kingdom, David had the help of an un-
stated number of Hittites - the individual sovereignty peo-
ple who called themselves Aryans. They must have been
well established among the Hebrews for they were close
enough to the palace that King David noticed the wife of
one of them taking a bath and decided he must have her.
Her husband was helping David fight his battles. David con-
spired to have him placed in the front of a battle, without
support, and be killed. Then David had a son by the Hittite
woman. This son, Solomon - who was half a product of the
mass manipulation culture and half a product of the indivi-
dual sovereigty culture - became king after David.
Under King Solomon the kingdom of the Hebrews had
what was later referred to as its period of glory. Aside
from this brief period of "glory," the Hebrew story shows a
group-entity that repeated all the characteristics of the
Sumerians and the Egyptians except that it provided no
tangible products of "civilization." From the beginning it
set out to live on the niceties of "civilization" produced by
others - what the spokesman for its god called the milk and
We have gone into some detail because this group-en-
tity gives us a background for a specific conflict that can
be traced to the present time. This conflict points up the
dif f er ence_bfilw^erL .the pimple brain washin^in_ t he Orient
and T^ fte more cgmptex-J^am Western World.
From - the full story we can learn how the culture of mass
manipulation came to dominate the Western World.
Although we know that King Solomon was half Aryan,
we cannot be sure just how much interbreeding between
products of the mass manipulation culture and the indivi-
dual sovereignty culture the Hebrew method of waging war
by infiltration and deceit had resulted in by King Solomon's
time. However, we do know that, of the original twelve
tribes of Hebrews, only the tribe of Judah remained to-
gether. Thereafter the Hebrews of the tribe of Judah called
themselves the Jews, and when those from any of the other
tribes rejoined them they, too, were called Jews.
This group-entity, now called Jewish, but having conti-
nuity from the Hebrew entity formed by Moses to live off
the milk and honey of others, continues to the present day.
It gives us a clear picture of a primitive group-entity, be-
fore the Sumerians and Egyptians began using the "carrots"
produced by the manipulated mass as weapons for further
manipulation. It gives us a picture of a group-entity that is
a group-entity - and nothing else.
SOME ATTEMPTS TO MIX CULTURES
Separation of opposing cultures is necessary if the cul-
ture of individual sovereignty is to survive.
When individual sovereignty people must fight the mass
manipulated people who threaten to absorb or destroy them,
they have no choice but to form organized armies. Such an
army is really a temporary group-entity of those defending
individual sovereignty. For the duration of the fight, indivi-
dual sovereignty must be suspended and everyone must obey
the tactical orders of the group's commander. If the mass
manipulated people are a dense population pressing in from
all sides, if the individual sovereignty people cannot quickly
achieve full victory and again segregate themselves, if
mobilization must extend beyond the army to the whole
people and continue for generations, then their temporary
group-entity has become a permanent one. Their way of life
is gone. There is no longer a distinction between their way
of life and that of the mass manipulated people.
This is what happened to all the waves of individual
sovereignty people who went into the Mediterranean area
of Northern Africa. With a different spelling, Iran (Land of
the Aryans) still bears their name, but their culture has
The individual sovereignty people went into India with
very much the same result. The thought pattern on which
their commitment to individual sovereignty was based is
still identifiable in the Hindu religion but it has been dis-
torted and deprived of its original clarity. Perception that
saw purpose in life was distorted into a religion of retreat
from a life so mired in the remains of a long enduring cul-
ture of mass manipulation that its purpose was no longer
Life's purpose and direction needs no explanation, it
only needs innate perception that is unclouded by words.
The attempt to rationalize opposition to life's purpose and
direction can never find enough words to be fully convin-
cing. In India the people still keep talking.
What became an involved religion in India was original-
ly merely the assumptions that followed logically from in-
nate perception. Because everyone recognized a perceptive
intelligence in himself, it was assumed to have come from
an aboriginal perceptive intelligence. Since everyone could
see that living things had to fight each other for living
room, those who consciously recognized their individual
sovereignty concluded that opposing individuals should be
viewed as the thoughts and words of the aboriginal intelli-
gence being weighed against each other. Therefore integri-
ty and courage in the fight was the role of high honor to
be played by individual descendants of the aboriginal creat-
ive intelligence who had reached the plateau of perception
where they could view the whole. The overall decision was
manifest as the continuing reality. It was important to look
carefully at all Nature if one hoped to perceive reality's
long range direction.
In India the Aryans faced an enormous mass of group-
entity people. They became mired in the mass that had
been conditioned by long manipulation, and began to think
that their individual beings were a hopeless mistake. They
had too much perception to accept the group-entity way of
life. They decided that each individual should seek to un-
create himself by undoing all he had ever done. The objec-
tive of this was to again become an undivided part of the
When the individual sovereignty people went into
Greece they were able to achieve total dominance of a
limited area. But they recognized that their limited area
could not be fully segregated. They recognized that they
had moved into a world of group-entities.
They also recognized that, in a world of group-entities,
some sort of laws were necessary for people accustomed to
being manipulated by laws. The adminstrative system that
the group-entities used to implement the "words from their
gods M was called a government. The Greeks, with their in-
dividual sovereignty background, said that they would have
a "scientific government M made up of voluntary agreements
betweeen sovereign individuals.
The "scientific government" was conceived as being
based on individuals of unshakable integrity. The individual
sovereignty idea was that all relationships must be voiun^
Jary . Voluntary implies an acceptable alternative. The
Greeks based their government on the idea that those who
did not want to participate could and would leave.
But when the individual sovereignty people took over
Greece, they found a population that had not been bred for
unshakable integrity. The native people could not partici-
pate in a government based on such a premise. They were
accustomed to obeying "authority" and had no concept of
how to live without it. They showed themselves willing to
accept any designated "authority." The individual sovereign-
ty people decided the native people could be useful and al-
lowed them to remain as slaves. The slaves had no voice in
the government but the "citizens" and "slaves" got along
However, daily association with those bred by the mass
manipulation culture had its effect on the Greeks. They
invented a whole imaginary world of gods as people invent
fairy stories. Some of the people came to believe that
these gods actually existed. But for several hundred years
the Greeks, with their "scientific" government - and their
individual sovereignty background - had what appears to
have been a very pleasant life.
**' About twenty-three hundred years ago a Greek,
Alexander the Great, conquered the whole Mediterranean
area and set up Greek cities designed to be examples of
Greek thought and the Greek way of living. This enabled
the mass manipulated people to see a way of life that ap-
peared better than their own. The hope was that the ma-
nipulated people would all see the value of the individual
sovereignty culture and adopt it. This did not work. The
J people bred for mass manipulation had no will to change.
The Romans took over the whole pantheon of gods the
Greeks had invented, used it as the mass manipulated peo-
ple had always used their gods - to awe and control people
with mystery and "authority." Then, pragmatically using
people bred for mass manipulation rather than trying to
change them, the Romans took over the whole Mediterra-
nean area that Alexander had conquered.
During the period of Roman control, a significant event
provided the mixed people of the Mediterranean area with a
statement - made in the crystal clear language of reality -
that the conflict between the opposing cultures is mortal
WORDS USED TO COMMUNICATE
WORDS AS WEAPONS OF DESTRUCTION
For a period of two or three hundred years, beginning
about two thousand years ago, it appeared as if the issue
between the individual sovereignty people and the mass
manipulated people - the problem of the whole human spe-
cies - had been stated so clearly that even the manipulated
people could see what was happening to them. One sover-
eign individual called Jesus conspicuously set himself in
opposition to the culture of mass manipulation and exposed
its falsity and destructiveness for all to see.
Jesus was born in the middle of a bitter conflict be-
tween two formal implements of mass manipulation - the
Roman group-entity and the Jewish group-entity. And he
was born in an area where there still remained thirteen
cities set up by Alexander as examples of the Greek way of
life and Greek thought.
The Greek examples carried some of the original
thoughts of the individual sovereignty people. The original
thought pattern had become confused by mixing the people
from two opposing cultures. However, an individual with
clear perception could see the basic conflict between op-
posing cultures. Jesus saw this. He also saw that, if it was
not stopped, the culture of mass manipulation would destroy
the human species.
It would appear to be no random accident that Jesus,
who saw the problem so clearly, was born among the Jews.
Their group-entity was the clearest possible example of the
problem because it had been least confused with n the nice-
ties of civilization." The Jewish manipulators offered their
people no products of "civilization" created by the joint
efforts of those in their group-entity. Moses had merely
offered them the choice: Accept the god I tell you about
and accept me as his spokesman or simply tell me that you
do not. Then - without warning them what he planned to
do, without giving them a chance to defend themselves - he
immediately demonstrated that those who did not accept
would be killed by those who did.
That set the pattern for Judaism. The Jews tried to
hide what they were doing behind an elaborate rattle of
words, and sought to confuse people regarding their intent-
ions. But when they thought the time was ripe for action,
their actions were the essense of the mass manipulation
culture in its stark primitive nakedness.
In the area where Jesus was born, everyone had to be
part of some group-entity. The only question among the
Jews was whether to be a part of the Roman entity or the
Jewish entity. Some tried to be parts of both. What had
already been reduced to nothing but part of a group-entity,
they tried to split. They lived in a world of words rather
than a world of Nature or reality. They did not think of all
this as attempts to mutilate their natural beings. They
thought of it as being "civilized. 1 '
The Jews, Romans, and everyone in the Mediterranean
area, had been conditioned to measure an individual's worth
by the "position" he held in a group-entity. All accepted
the conditioning that one who was not part of a group-en-
tity had no worth. The thoughts that Jesus expressed were
the thoughts of the individual sovereignty people:
Because each individual recognized perceptive intelli-
gence in himself, the individual sovereignty people had con-
cluded that it came from an aboriginal perceptive intelli-
gence. Jesus used the word "Father" for this aboriginal per-
ceptive intelligence. He recognized it as existing in all liv-
ing things. He told people to consider the lillies of the field
and notice that Solomon in all his glory had no more beaut-
iful clothes than they. He pointed out that, in the commer-
cial values of group-entities, sparrows were sold at two for
a penny - and yet each individual sparrow was cherished by
the Father. Then, he said, if a sparrow had worth in the
thoughts of the Father, an individual human must have
With regard to the relations of individuals to the
group-entities that were in conflict with each other, he
told the people to take no sides. Each group-entity demon-
strated its power by fighting the other. If an individual
opposed one, that opposition was a help to the other. He
said that if the Jewish tax collector took away your coat,
let him have it, and let him have your overcoat too. If a
Roman soldier told you to go along with him and carry his
pack for one mile, do it, and carry it a second mile if ne-
cessary to show your lack of opposition. Opposition to one
group-entity was help and support to another.
He tried to avoid all subjects where his words could be
twisted to mean that he was on one side or the other. He
avoided the question of whether Jews should pay taxes to
the Romans, instead of tithes to their Jewish god, by mere-
ly saying, "Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar's
and unto God the things that are God's." He saved a woman
who had not followed the Jewish entity's demand that no
woman could have sexual relations without authorization
from the Jewish group-entity - and did it in such a way
that he did not challenge the laws supposedly given to
Moses by the Jewish god. He was not yet ready for a con-
His positive statements all supported these basic ones:
He said '1 am in the Father and the Father in me. If you
have seen me you have seen the Father." He used the term
"Holy Spirit" to talk of the Father within one as distin-
guished from a man-invented god whom manipulators pre-
sented as speaking human words. He used the term "kingdom
of heaven" to talk of how things should be without the
group-entities that people had created. He said that know-
ledge of the Father and of the kingdom of heaven was
within everyone. He said that, if people were going to pray,
that prayer should be something done alone and it should be
that the will of the Father be done on earth as it was in
the kingdom of heaven. He said that the kingdom of heaven
was not a location; that it was within one. He told people
that they could go against the law and that was not impor-
tant, they could go against what they called "god" and that
was not important, but if they opposed the Holy Spirit that
was within them they would be eternally damned.
In words, there can be no clearer statement of the
basis on which the culture of individual sovereignty was
built. But Jesus wanted to make a clearer statement than
words can make.
He prepared himself to make that clearer statement. He
lived without doing anything in direct opposition to either
the laws of the Jews or the laws of the Romans. The
Romans could not openly execute him as a breaker of
Roman law. And the Jews could not use the practice that
the Romans let them get by with - the practice of stoning
the breakers of Jewish "laws from god" to death in some
Because the Jews were under Roman law, Jesus could
force a publicly viewed confrontation - one that would be
between group-entities in general and an individual who had
done nothing in opposition to any group-entity but proclaim
his individual sovereignty.
He knew that such a confrontation would bring the
conflict between sovereign individuals and group-entities
out into the open. Thereafter, all who proclaimed their in-
dividual sovereignty would be branded as enemies by the
group-entities. They would have to fight for bare survival.
He told his disciples, "Sell your coat and buy a sword."
He picked the time of the Passover, when the Jews
celebrated the beginning of the Jewish group-entity, for
the confrontation. He knew that they would not ignore open
defiance at the time of their most "holy" celebration.
The Jews arrested him, and brought him before the
Roman governor. The Roman governor found him innocent
of any wrongdoing. But the Jews demanded that he be cru-
cified. The Romans finally consented.
Almost immediately after the crucifixion, everyone re-
cognized that, by his public trial and death on the cross,
Jesus - one sovereign individual - had won a victory over
both the Jewish group-entity and the Roman group-entity.
Because he had not broken the laws of either, his crucifix-
ion had shown, with a clarity that could no longer be ig-
nored, that the conflict between individuals who merely
upheld their inborn sovereignty and all group-entities was
mortal and eternal. There could be no compromise. Every
individual must make a choice between the two opposing
Jesus had taught that a living individual has more value
than one who is a mere part of a group-entity - no matter
what "position" in the group-entity the part occupies. His
message was that those who obeyed mere words were
damned - that those who obeyed the law and the prophets
were already dead. To enter the kingdom of heaven they
would have to leave the manipulated mass and the laws
that overrode individual will. The change was as great as if
they were being reborn. He taught that an individual who
wanted to be a living thing had to obey only the Holy Spirit
Many began to take courage from the courage he had
shown. They openly identified themselves as followers of
Jesus and were called Christians. They banded together to
discuss his teachings and consider what strategy they
At first the Roman Empire was considered by its rulers
as too big and powerful to become much concerned. The
Roman rulers decided to leave the problem to the Jews.
The Jews were the ones who had cried out, "Crucify him."
The Jews tried to stop the opposition that the crucifix-
ion had aroused to Judaism. The Roman practice was to al-
low Jews to kill off - by back alley gang tactics - those
who showed disregard for the laws that they claimed came
from their god. The Romans gave the Jewish gangs a free
hand with regard to the Christians.
The leader of one such gang, Saul of Tarsus, becomes
very important in our story as an example of how words
can be used to twist and distort clear thought. (Saul was
one of those who tried to play it safe by being a part of
both entities. Paul was his name as a part of the Roman
The body of Jesus had already been crucified. But the
spirit of Jesus, or memory of what he had said and done,
lived on. Paul used words to crucify the spirit of Jesus.
By the use of words, Paul turned the whole meaning of
what Jesus had done backwards. He invented a meaning for
the crucifixion opposite to what Jesus had taught in words
- and what Jesus had so clearly shown by the courageous
act of putting himself in the position where he would be
Paul used words to destroy the eloquent statement
Jesus made by avoiding the usual Jewish method of a back
alley stoning. He invented a false explanation for the ob-
vious fact that Jesus had deliberately invited a public trial
and crucifixion: The Jews had a practice of killing an ani-
mal on an altar. They called it "a sacrifice for their sins."
Sin was the word they used to mean disobeying the laws
that they claimed came from the god they had invented.
Paul said that when Jesus talked about the "Father" he
meant the Jewish god. Paul then claimed that the cruci-
fixion of Jesus had been the Jewish god sacrificing his own
son for the sins of all the people who had not obeyed the
It would be difficult to describe in words the signifi-
cance of what Paul did more effectively than Nietzsche did
in his book, "The Anti-Christ. M He said that Paul na iled
Jesus back on the cross.
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Paul set up a chain of churches and began to use the
story of Jesus he had invented in the same way the Sumer-
ians and Egyptians had used the sun god, and the Jews had
used the god they invented - to give "authority 11 to the
words of the one who claimed to be the god's spokesman.
But in spite of Paul and his chain of churches, the real
story of Jesus was still told for about three hundred years.
Real Christians continued to band together for strength.
Three hundred years after Jesus, Christians, in increas-
ing numbers, were becoming a problem to the Roman
The anti-Christ groups that Paul had built up also
called themselves "Christians." This use of the same word
to identify two cultures that were in mortal opposition
caused a lot of confusion. The confusion was intensified
because some people tried to coodinate the opposing ideas.
All together there were over a hundred different sects.
These included some attempted mixings between the groups
of anti-Christ "Christians" that Paul had built up and real
Christians. As always happens, the attempted mixings
played into hands of the manipulators.
Apparently the real Christians, those actually following
the teachings of Jesus, were beginning to take the advice
Jesus gave to his disciples, "Sell your coat and buy a
sword." They were becoming a problem to the Romans. We
know there is a twisted story about "George the dragon
slayer" that never makes it quite clear what group-entity
the dragon was. It might even have been one of the anti-
Christ "Christian" sects that were trying to destroy the
real Christians. Important facts about the story were ap-
parently suppressed until they were wiped out of histories.
But we know that the word "dragon" is used in Northern
European mythology to mean group-entity. We know that
"dragon" is even used throughout the Bible to mean group- /
entity. And we know that George was a real man, a /
Christian, a soldier, and that he was captured and tortured /
by the Roman Emperor Diocletian, and was put to death by /
the Emperor on April 23, 303 A.D. in Nicomedia. ^ J
In 3U A.D. the Roman Emperor Constantine convened a
council to study the various teachings of all the Christian
sects. In 325 A.D. he convened another council and selected
one for recognition by the Roman Empire as the "official
Christianity," with the understanding that it would either
absorb or destroy the others.
With some modifications to make the story of Jesus
that Paul had invented go even further in portraying Jesus
as a group-entity god, the anti-Christ "Christianity" of Paul
was the one selected.
The anti-Christ "Christianity" of Paul was used to des-
troy the real Christians within the Roman Empire. After
that it was used to destroy the whole individual sovereignty
culture in Northern Europe that had withstood all the
power the Roman armies had been able to bring against it.
It was fifteen hundred years before a President of the
United States, Thomas Jefferson, removed the twisted
words in which the story of Jesus had been inbedded. Dur-
ing those years inquisitions of the Catholic Church had
used a combination of force and words to make a whole
people accept and teach their children the recognizably
false Judaeo-"Christianity" invented by Paul. Cutting away
the obvious falsity that the manipulators had injected into
the Bible, Jefferson said that the true story of Jesus was
"as easily distinguised as diamonds in a dung-hill."
A COMBINATION OF MISUSED WORDS AND FORCE
If we looked only at what is now called Christianity,
we would find it inconceivable that the Northern Europeans
would have allowed that "Christianity's" priests to infil-
trate their homeland. It, therefore, appears highly probable
that the true story of Jesus had been spread among the
Northern Europeans during the three hundred years before
the real Christians were destroyed by the "official Christ-
ianity" of the Roman Empire. There is no other way to ac-
count for the initial acceptance of the priests bearing the
mass manipulation story invented by Paul.
Even so, the priests would have had to continue using
the true story to gain entrance to the Northern European
area. Only when they had built up a group they could con-
trol, could they gradually twist the story to the one Paul
In order to understand why the priests could use the
true story of Jesus to gain acceptance, it is necessary to
remove a falsification of facts that has been promoted by
mass manipulators and is still widely accepted. Against con-
clusive evidence of falsity, it is still widely accepted that
the Northern Europeans were barbarians worshiping many
strange gods. Julius Caesar, who fought them, studied their
ways, and wrote the only firsthand information we have
about them, said that those east of the Rhine (the ones
that are still there and those that are now the English,
Americans, and Scandinavians) had no gods of the kinds
other people had, that they looked directly to Natu rejas
the source of all benefits^ He emphasized that they hadno
priests or druids like thos e of Romanized Gaul.
Looking at the early religions of Greece and India
that derive from the same common source, we know that
the whole culture of the Northern Europeans was based on
belief in one aboriginal creative consciousness that con-
tinues in every living thing.
The Roman priests gained admittance among the North-
em Europeans by describing Jesus as one who believed as
they did. They quoted the statements he had made that
heaven was within, that he was in the Father and the
Father was in him, that all living things were cherished
children of the Father, even the lillies of the field and the
birds in the air. And they told of a Jesus who, like all the
Northern Europeans, lived and died with integrity and cour-
age. They told of a Jesus, who weaponless had defied the
group-entity people and had died as bravely as all the
Northern European heroes who had fought the dragons, or
These Northern Europeans had long been threatened by
the "dragons" (the manipulated group-entities) outside their
area. Their life in harmony with Nature had been disturbed
by the necessity for organizing armies to oppose the group-
From the area of the group-entity people, now came
priests saying that they represented some among the group-
entity people who wanted to stop the long standing con-
flict - who even had a law "Thou shalt not kill."
Like Moses, the priests were merely trying to lure the /
people into a false sense of security until a manipulated /
group could be formed among them that would accept the I
interpretation: " Thou shalt not kill until ordered to do so J
by an 'auth orized spoke sman 1 for the group-entity." I *
As long as anyone could remember the policy of the
individual sovereignty people had been "kill the dragons"
and uphold the "fair fight" (one-to-one) combat that keeps
manipulated group-entities from being formed among us.
Accepting priests, who falsely said that they represented
people who did not want to kill the individual sovereignty
people, was accepting camouflaged dragon seeds planted
The dragon seeds planted among the individual sover-
eignty people were nourished by an elaborate organization
among the group-entity people outside the area. The
Catholic Church had a strategy planning staff and the
priests were schooled in tactical maneuvers.
When the priests got enough followers they began
subtly twisting the story until they had identified the anti-
Christ "Christians" who were following the teachings of
Paul with the real Christians who were following the
teachings of Jesus. After the one word, "Christian," had
been used for three hundred years to mean the people of
two cultures that mortally opposed each other, the priests
saw what clever tricks can be played with words.
The priests performed Paul's word trick again. They
said that the "Father 1 ' of Jesus, and the "aboriginal crea-
tive consciousness" of the Northern European were all just
different words for the "god" of the Jews.
This word trick was aided by the fact that the North-
ern Europeans and the priests had a clear cut point of full
agreement: They both fully rejected the multiple gods of
Once the Jewish tribal god was accepted as being the
same as the aboriginal creative consciousness, there re-
mained only the matter of getting the people to accept the
priests' assertions that this one and only god had told the
Jews to write down some laws in words.
As soon as the priests had a group that would obey
"authoritative" words, they used the group to overpower,
torture, and kill those who would not let words overrule
the perception that was within them.
Finally the priests got some of the Northern Europeans,
themselves, to create group-entities. They used the same
misleading words that Moses had used: "Thou shalt not kill"
and omitted the underhanded part - unless you are told to
kill by a spokesman with "authority." Like the people mani-
pulated by Moses, the Northern Europeans began obeying
the "authority" and went about killing every man his bro-
ther, his companion, and his neighbor who would not accept
words from the spokesman for the man-invented god as
more important than their own perception. When the culture
of mass manipulation got into full swing, millions upon mil-
lions of the individual sovereignty people were killed by
their former comrades.
In addition to the misuse of words in combination with
force, a misuse of money helped the mass manipulators to
destroy the individual sovereignty people. Julius Caesar
said that the Northern Europeans knew about money but did
not use it and did not want to use it. When the ways of the
group-entity people were imposed on them, the use of
money was part of those ways. They became dependent on
it, as all group-entity people do.
An exceptional tricky use of money became one of the
methods the priests put into effect to destroy the practice
of socially approved one-to-one combat that the Northern
Europeans had depended on to maintain their individual sov-
A group-entity is based on the idea of "positions of
authority" - different degrees of sovereignty. The idea that
"positions of authority" exist independent of the individuals
occuping the "positions" is an essential factor of the group-
entity concept. The idea must be accepted that a king, a
priest, or any other mass manipulator may be a fallible
human but a "position of authority" is a necessity because
group-entities are a necessity. The fallible human only has
"authority" because he occupies a "position of authority."
The "position" becomes the important thing.
One of the tactics the priests used to destroy the cul-
ture of individual sovereignty was inventing "classes" of
people claimed to have "different degrees of sovereignty."
Among the Northern Europeans, the priests pushed for a
division of people into those who had the "right" to one-to-
one combat and those who did not. Nobility and honor were
ideas the people used to describe admirable individuals.
The priests began talking of the "nobles" and the "common
people" as "classes" or "positions."
To promote the idea, money was injected to help con-
fuse the thought pattern.
The priests, who themselves had been required to re-
spond to challenges for one-to-one combat or lose respect,
came up with the idea that the "upper classes" need not
respond to challenges from the "lower classes" - that, in-
stead of giving satisfaction by one-to-one combat, payment
of money for the harm done was an honorable settlement.
Money, which 3 f 500 years before had been invented as
a weapon intrinsically favorable to mass manipulators, has
many facets that give advantage to mass manipulators.
When the idea was injected and accepted that money
could buy off the age-old social agreement that promoted
the individual sovereignty culture of the people - the
agreement that any individual could demand and receive
satisfaction for any offense against him on "the field of
honor" - the culture of mass manipulation had taken over
Current mass manipulators carefully promote the less
than half truth that money is merely a medium of exchange.
If there were any occasion for the use of money within
a culture of individual sovereignty, money would be a med-
ium of exchange and only that. But in a worldwide culture
of sovereign individuals there would be no occasion to use
money. The early Northern Europeans rejected its use. The
early Greeks compromised; they used money but made a
point of ensuring that their money was in a form not ac-
ceptable in trade outside their own realm.
The purposes of money other than its use as a mere
medium of exchange are what vitally concern us.
Money was conceived and created as a weapon of mass
manipulation. In Sumer, useful products became a "carrot"
of mass manipulation that supplemented the "stick" of ma-
nipulated group force. Money was invented because the
manipulators needed to devise a way to fine tune their con-
trol over the useful products.
From primitive times they had manipulated a word con-
trolled group powerful enough to take everything from
those who would not submit to word control. Now they de-
cided that they would not take everything from dissenting
individuals; they would take only a portion of what these
individuals produced so as to encourage them to keep pro-
ducing. This restraint on how much they took would lull
those who could not be controlled by words into passive
acceptance of the manipulators' - only partially used -
group-entity power. This system of making power inconspic-
uous and encouraging continued production by taking only a
portion of what is produced is called taxation.
A convenient unit of measure for the new idea of tax-
ation was needed. That is the origin and the original pur-
pose of money.
A standard measure of grain was the first money. But
collecting tax in measures of grain, or a percentage of
one's cattle, was too cumbersome for the mass manipula-
tors. At that time metal was new, rare, and prized. It had
intrinsic value. In Sumer, about 4500 years ago, the manipu-
lators began to replace measures of grain with pieces of
metal as money. Taxes were imposed in coined money.
Coined money quickly came to represent the force of
the manipulators. They began to require that taxes be paid
in a piece of metal with the image of the "Caesar 11 on it.
To get the money to pay taxes one had to participate in
the increasingly complex system of mass manipulation. Pay-
ment in coined money - the use of which was an unspoken
token of submission to measured force - staved off the use
of still greater force.
The image of the "Caesar" - not the intrinsic value of
the metal - soon came to be the important thing. Everyone
had to deal in the "coin of the realm." Accepting the use
of money was accepting one's dependence on, and submis-
sion to, the power held by the realm's mass manipulators.
A significant aspect of money - which manipulators are
careful to omit from the school book definition - is our
major concern. It can be simply stated: A unit of money is
a unit of manipulated force that belongs to the force-
controller whose stamp is on the money.
The basic force behind the culture of mass manipula-
tion is a word controlled group used as a weapon against
any individual who opposes the manipulators. Initially the
force is expressed by killing and physical torture. As the
culture gains in power the mere threat of killing, physical
torture, or even imprisonment, is sufficient to enforce sub-
mission to manipulation.
Then, as mass manipulation is accepted as the only way
of life, becoming one of the manipulators begins to appear
more desirable than submitting to manipulation. Acceptance
by the manipulated group - and status, "a position" within
the group - is actively sought. Money comes to be a symbol
of status. Money becomes "position" in the abstract, or an
instrument for acquiring a "position."
As people ponder the myriad ways that money can be
used and misused, the idea is likely to develop that money
is power in the abstract. It is not. It is the power of the
manipulators whose stamp is on it.
The idea that money is power in the abstract often
leads those who oppose mass manipulation to think that
enough money will restore their individual sovereignty. It
Ignorance of this fact induces those with much money
to hug to themselves the illusion that they, and their
friends who also have great amounts of money and so make
up a sort of exclusive society, have already reclaimed their
individual sovereignty. They have not. Money can only buy
for them the fawning, pseudo-respect that brainwashed
zombis give to their "sovereigns" - those who hold the
"highest positions" in the hierarchy of manipulators.
The illusion that individual sovereignty can come from
enough money keeps the people who have the time and abil-
ity to do something effective toward establishing, or
re-establishing, the culture of individual sovereignty pro-
ducing for the manipulators. It also keeps them from taking
any action toward regaining their individual sovereignty.
They fail to realize that, among themselves, money is a
drug-sedative that mass manipulators are happy for compe-
tent, aggressive, highly productive, individual sovereignty
people to have. It keeps them passive. The wealthy and
passive thereby join the "lower classes" that the priests
persuaded to accept money as payment for the wrong done
them. The only difference is the amount of money needed
to buy their honor.
In the world of international commerce, a very impor-
tant thing about money is this: Money is the power of a
government that can be given into the hands of anonymous
persons. It can be given into the hands of the enemies of
the government. History shows what can happen when this
Along with word control, money collected from the
people was a major tool the Catholic Church used to take
control within the Roman Empire. Money was the power of
the Roman Empire, itself. The Roman Empire's own money,
injected into the combination of words and force used by
the Church, worked so successfully that, in the end, kings
held their "position" because a pope placed a crown on
Then, as kings revolted against control by the Catholic
Church, the struggle for power between mass manipulators
became more complex. Anonymous individuals began to use
the government's power that was packaged up in money. An
international organization of Jewish bankers, recognizing
that money is the power of governments that can be given
into the hands of anonymous persons, began to manipulate
the governments themselves.
The demonstrated fact that a group-entity other than
the openly recognized government - a church or an organi-
zation of bankers - could use the government's own money
to destroy the government, itself, became impressive. Some
of the individual sovereignty people, who had seen their
culture destroyed by the clever priests, tried their hands at
using money as a weapon. They tried to form "honorable"
group-entities and use money to protect them from group-
entities that obviously promoted the culture of mass mani-
Wiser ones recognized that opposing cultures cannot be
mixed. They recognized the necessity for segregating them-
selves. They sought out areas where they could hope to
continue the defense of the individual sovereignty culture
that had bred them.
THE REVOLT OF THE VIKINGS
Opposing cultures cannot be mixed. The opposition be-
tween them is mortal and eternal. The culture of mass ma-
nipulation drove the last remnant of the individual sover-
eignty people, who had avoided involvement, into hideouts
along the northern coasts.
Denmark, Norway, and Sweden afforded the best areas
for their resistance. They took to the sea in long boats
from inlets (inlet = Vik) and were called Vikings.
Within the confused chaos that was now Northern
Europe, the Vikings recognized that their major enemy was
the Catholic Church. It was the underhanded tactics of the
Church, not the open force of the Roman Empire, that had
done such vast damage to their culture. /
Beginning about fifteen hundred years ago they went
every place that was available to their long black boats
with about forty men each. They launched raids in areas
where the Church dominated the people. With indignation
and contempt they killed those who had been faithless to
themselves and their own culture and accepted the enemy.
They, of course, made a special point of burning the monas-
teries and nunneries and killing monks, nuns, and priests.
They freed great areas in England and Northern France
(Normandy) from Church control. They went as far as
Greenland and America searching for new homelands.
They were making a valiant stand in defense of their
culture. They were already badly outnumbered. But they
were strong-willed, steadfast in their comradeship, and of
unexcelled courage when facing their enemies.
They held out for about six hundred years. But gradual-
ly, one leader after another met some kindly priest, who
was sincerely struggling for a buried truth about Jesus un-
derneath the falseness of the manipulators. One leader af-
ter another glimpsed what the sincere priests were seeking.
They allowed the anti-Christ ••Christianity" to come in.
Then priests, nuns, and monks were allowed to teach little
children the twisted words of the Church.
Rollo set up a Viking power in Normandy strong enough
to continually raid Paris, but he joined the Church and was
accepted as part of the overall power in 912. He was given
a "position" with the title of Duke.
Gorm set up a protected individual sovereignty area
encompassing all Denmark which lasted until his death in
940. Then his son, Harold Bluetooth, was baptized and al-
lowed the Church to take over in Denmark.
Harold the Fairhaired consolidated all Norway into re-
sistance against the Church in 872. His great-grandson let
in the power of the Church in 1020.
Sweden held out for almost another hundred years but
finally lost the battle against the mass manipulators.
The children were then all sent to schools where they
were taught nothing about the all important conflict of cul-
tures. Instead, they were taught that their ancestors were
"barbarians" and the "fortunate" children would now have
the great priviledge of building a "modern civilized" group-
The Church's practices of selectively breeding for mass
manipulation were rapidly put into effect. But the products
of a culture that had long been breeding in the opposite
direction did not provide much base for selective breeding
in a diametrically opposed direction.
Also, fragments of the old cultural practices persisted.
* * *
Aside from the flesh and blood individual sovereignty
people who came from countless centuries of selective
breeding by their culture, and aside from the disjointed
fragments of the old cultural practices that have persisted,
the thing about the Western World that distinguishes it from
the Orient is the memory that the culture of mass manipu-
lation does not have to be accepted as "the way things
In the Western World, there is still a cherished know-
ledge that once a fully functioning culture of individual
sovereignty existed. And it is well remembered that such a
culture made for a life enriched - beyond the conception of
manipulated masses - by deep abiding love and joyful
For more millenniums than there exists any historical
record, that culture was maintained against the encroaching
culture of mass manipulation.
That memory has not yet been fully destroyed.
SEGREGATION PROVIDES A NEW OPPORTUNIIY
About four hundred years ago, people who had been
deprived of their individual sovereignty in Europe began
coming to America where the population was so sparce that
individuals could hope to make a new life.
Recovery of their heritage was not easy. The ways of
mass manipulators had been imposed on them for almost a
thousand years. Because the force-backed brainwashing had
been so intense in Europe - with torture, imprisonment and
conspicuous public death for all who said, or were suspect-
ed of thinking, anything not approved by the priests - many
of the colonies merely became imitations of what was going
on in Europe. Some had word-contollers acting like "little
popes" and trying to set up the sort of theocracy that the
people had been brainwashed to call "religion."
But living close to Nature gradually restored perception
to some extent. Also, some individuals among the people
retained a knowledge of their individual sovereignty heri-
About three hundred years ago, some of the people, led
by Roger Williams, began actively to oppose theocracy -
the form of government that tries to hide the underhanded
force behind it and pretends to be a freely accepted "relig-
About two hundred years ago, the Americans began
actively to oppose domination by group-entities in Europe.
Those who had a clear picture of what had happened to
them in Europe knew that they could not fully restore their
original culture all at once. The culture of mass manipula-
tion had been imposed on them in carefully measured steps,
and the way back to their own culture would need to be in
carefully measured steps. However they had thrown off
enough of the brainwashing forced on them to make a start.
A group of people in thirteen colonies decided to try
forming a government of sovereign individuals as the
Greeks had tried to do. In their Declaration of Indepen-
dence, written by Thomas Jefferson, they proclaimed them-
selves independent of all group-entities, declared that Na-
ture and Nature's God had clearly made all individuals
equally sovereign, and declared that any laws enforced by
group action could only be made by the individuals who
composed the group.
The people of the United States had to fight to enforce
their segregation from the group-entities of Europe. They
won the fight and established a Constitution making indivi-
dual sovereignty, as set forth in the Declaration of Inde-
pendence, into a written Constitution that outlined the
The Constitution set austere limits on the Govern-
ment's power. The people wanted to restore the culture
that was their heritage.
Because of the segregation that an ocean provided at
that time, the people of the United States were able to
make great progress toward forming a government that
would implement their recaptured culture. Their success in
doing this became conspicuous. America became known as
the land of opportunity for those who did not like what had
happened to them in Europe and wanted to make a new
For almost one hundred and fifty years the people of
the United States made spectacular strides toward recap-
turing their individual sovereignty. The people could contin-
ually "go west" - could segregate themselves from any con-
trol by those trying to move the new Government toward
mass manipulation. As open territory after open territory
was settled, the recovering people were becoming stronger
in their resistance to manipulation.
But the culture of mass manipulation is a difficult
thing to be rid of after it has once been imposed on a peo-
ple. Brainwashing for mass manipulation had been very ef-
fective on some who came along with those wanting to es-
cape it. And others, who consciously wanted the culture of
mass manipulation, infiltrated and added their conscious
will to the direction that the Catholic Church had forceful-
ly imposed on the brainwashed.
The culture of mass manipulation is an accretion of
implements and ways of using those implements that has
been built up over more than six thousand years. Those who
consciously want the culture preserve and add to the ac-
cretion, while carefully dressing it up in a masquerade
The primitive form of mass manipulation was simply a
word controlled gang killing off those who would not will-
ingly submit to the manipulated group's domination.
The next form was adding the "carrots" produced by
enforced organization to the "stick" of open force - and
hiding open force under the tricky mask of money.
The form that had been effective against the Northern
Europeans was that which depended on gradual infiltration
of individuals who lulled the people into dropping their de-
fenses by a pretense of good will - while the infiltrators
gained enough strength to deceitfully manipulate their un-
suspecting hosts. This was the form that began to have its
effect in the United States.
The system of "pork barrel politics" began to line up
greedy groups behind politicians who were clever at making
underhanded "cloakroom" deals - and dressing them up in
deceitful oratory when presenting them in congressional
sessions open to the public.
As this system became more widespread, government by
underhanded conspiracies between politicians was accepted
in Congress as the most effective way to "get things done."
It soon became virtually impossible for an honest represen-
tative of the people to oppose it. He was shunned as naive
and useless by the old hands.
At some unknown time a "cloakroom" conspiracy that
directly opposed the Constitutional Government was
formed. The "cloakroom" conspiracy showed its undercover
existence - and its commitment to the mass manipulation
from which the people of the United States were trying to
escape - on December 23, 1913.
On December 23t 1913 the underhanded conspiracy gave
unmistakable evidence that it was out to destroy the Con-
stitutional Government. It began to take control.
On December 23t 1913 there were enough elected mem-
bers of Congress who were either unbelievably naive or
willing to destroy the Constitutional Government to pass
the Federal Reserve Act.
This Act was in direct violation of Article 1, Section 8
of the United States Constitution. Article 1, Section 8 gave
Congress the power - and obligation - to regulate the value
of money. That, of course, meant to regulate the value of
money by laws the people could see.
The Federal Reserve Act delegated the power to regu-
late the value of money to non-elected persons who could
make undercover agreements with greedy groups within the
United States and with foreign governments - and the vot-
ing public would be helpless to control them. This "cloak-
room M deal could have no purpose but to give a major wea-
pon into the hands of manipulators who opposed the Con-
stitution - and to hide the use made of that weapon from
A unit of money is a unit of force that belongs to the
force-controller whose stamp is on the money. Money is the
power of a government that can be given into the hands of
anonymous persons. It can be given into the hands of the
enemy of the government. The power to regulate the value
of United States money is not less than the power to
regulate the military might of the United States.
The Federal Reserve Act gave future M cloakroom M deals
power to manipulate the domestic economy - and to manip-
ulate the power of the United States Government relative
to other governments.
Such an unconstitutional act was possible only because
the people had been brainwashed to believe that the econ-
omy obeys natural laws of supply and demand and money is
merely M a medium of exchange. 11
The M cloakroom M conspiracy obviously included, and
continues to include as its major strategy planners, some
who have a will for, a long heritage of, and an expertise in
the deceitful form of mass manipulation. Exercise of the
undercover power has been restrained and carefully cam-
A twisted use of money rivals a twisted use of words
as a tool for brainwashing and mass manipulation.
Money that is not going to be used exclusively as an
underhanded tool of manipulators, money that can be used
by individuals as an honest medium of exchange, must have
intrinsic value. That value must be known to the people.
Also the commodity that gives value to the money must
be something wanted by the people. The function of a
government that is dedicated to the welfare of the people
is to ensure that the amount of the commodity is what is
stated on the face of the money - and that the money can
readily be exchanged for the stated commodity.
Whether coined gold, coined silver, a square foot of
living space, a daily ration of food as established for the
armed service, a bushel of wheat, or something else is used
to give intrinsic value to the money is not the most signifi-
cant point to be settled.
In the United States, it is the constitutional obligation
of Congress to regulate the value of U. S. money - by le-
gislation that is known to the people. The people can then
see what is happening and do what needs to be done for
If, for example, oil, or certain minerals that are more
abundant in other places than in the United States were
made the basis for the value for U. S. money by Congress,
it would immediately be apparent to the U. S. people that
Congress, as a body, had committed an act of treason. It
would be obvious that Congress had conspired to weaken
the United States and make it vulnerable to attack.
Then, if "government by the people" was a functioning
reality, the people would arrest Congress as a body and try
each individual for treason.
The present unconstitutional control of U. S. money by
the Federal Reserve System has continued only because the
"cloakroom" deals have hidden what was happening from the
Nothing - absolutely nothing - now backs U. S. money
but force - the consolidated economic and military force of
the United States.
Money - that is backed by no commodity of intrinsic
value to an individual - can have its value manipulated so
completely that it gives the manipulators full contol over
the domestic economy. And the non-elected members of the
Federal Reserve System have been given this unconstitu-
tional power to manipulate the value of U. S. money.
In international relations, the value of U. S. money can
now be secretly manipulated relative to the value of a for-
eign government's money to improve that foreign economy
or completely destroy it. In international relations, the act
of regulating money - especially the money of a government
as powerful as the United States whose money is backed by
nothing but force - can only be construed as making an
undercover alliance, or provoking an act of war. And the
non-elected members of the Federal Reserve System have
been given this undercover power to make secret alliances
and provoke war. The Congress, the President, and the peo-
ple of the United States are then subjected to the condi-
tions that the undercover manipulators create.
The United States as a nation was betrayed by those
who passed the Federal Reserve Act, and every individual
in the United States was enslaved to undercover manipu-
lators by that act.
How can a U. S. citizen exchange his money for the
commodity that gives it value - when that commodity is
control of the United State's total force by undercover
He cannot readily do so. He can only make efforts in
that direction that to many appear shameful. He can contri-
bute to a "legal" lobby that attempts to use money to ma-
nipulate members of Congress to vote for certain "laws."
The lobby may be successful if the "laws" are petty ones
that do not conflict with the manipulators' overall strategy.
Or as an individual he can try making undercover bribes to
law makers or law enforcers. There is no other way that a
U. S. citizen can "cash in" his money when there is nothing
backing it but the manipulated undercover use of pseudo-
What about the international field where the force is
the undercover manipulated force of the U. S. as a whole?
Other governments can make "cloakroom" deals with
the manipulators of U. S. money to have their own money
(their own power) increased in relation to the money of the
United States. And this is all done by the undercover
manipulators to whom Congress betrayed the American
people on December 23, 1913. All the people see are the
wars that occur when the foreign governments refuse to
bend to the will of the undercover manipulators.
Every day the current Congress is in session and fails
to repeal the Federal Reserve Act, it ratifies the treason-
ous betrayal of the United States people that took place on
December 23, 1913.
There are many individuals in the United States who
are fully aware of this condition. Why is it not brought to
public attention so that the people can demand that it be
This is prevented by a series of other unconstitutional
Congressional actions that began in 1924.
Radio had been invented. Because waves carrying elec-
trical impulses are limited, there would be total chaos if
their use were not regulated. The invention of radio requir-
ed that the use of the air waves be considered in context
with the constitutional prohibition on Congress against
making laws interfering with freedom of speech. The inven-
tion of radio obviously required action. But the First
Amendment to the Constitution prohibited any action by
Congress. The action required was an update of the First
Amendment, made by due process of law, to deal with the
new medium affecting free speech - because the existing
First Amendment specifically forbid Congress to do what it
Congress defied the Constitution. Congress made
"cloakroom 11 deals and followed them up with unconstitu-
tional "laws" designating radio stations as commercial en-
terprises to be licensed by obsure agencies. These "cloak-
room" deals obviously paved the way for the licensing agen-
cies to be controlled by future "cloakroom" deals. This pro-
vided mass manipulators, licensed as station owners, with a
power of censorship denied to the United States Govern-
ment, itself. The internal, undercover enemy was thereby
given greater power than the Constitutional Government.
When television was invented, the unconstitutional
"laws" already on the record were extended to this far
more effective medium.
No matter who, even the greatest patriot, might be li-
censed to make radio or television broadcasts under present
"laws," the licensing and the broadcast would be unconsti-
tutional. And it is certain that patriots are not the ones
that the manipulators have licensed. It is glaringly conspic-
uous that the mass manipulators who are now actually in
control of U. S. television are opposed to the culture of
individual sovereignty and to the Constitutional United
States Government - the only implement of individual sov-
ereignty that is still theoretically operative in the world
This censorship by an enemy of the United States Gov-
ernment over what the people hear and see amounts to con-
trol over Congress and over the President of the United
States. The control now exercised by these - never publicly
recognized - internal enemies is as complete as if they
were an armed enemy with an occupying army.
Every attempt made by the people to "peaceably
assemble and petition" for restoration of Constitutional
Government has been branded "subversive" by those in con-
trol of television - and they have managed to manipulate
ways of silencing opposition to what they are doing.
The undercover manipulators in control of television
now so completely dominate the press that major news-
papers cannot survive if they oppose them. Because they
control television, the manipulators even control book dis-
tribution, and book selection for libraries.
The de facto government of the United States - the
undercover one that manipulates the puppet Constitutional
Government by control of money and television - is, to
everyone but the United States citizens who are constantly
bombarded with the manipulators' propaganda, the most
conspicuous culture of mass manipulation that exists in the
As compared to mass manipulation cultures throughout
history, this one is a new form of unprecedented virulence.
It has taken over without its take-over being seen by the
manipulated. And yet, its diametrical opposition to the
Constitutional Government, to the ideals of those who
founded the United States, to all human reason, to natural
evolution, and to Nature's God, is shamelessly glaring.
Because it has a more varied base to work on, the
planned selective breeding now taking place in the United
States is far more effective than that of the European in-
quisitions of the middle ages.
Those bred by and having a heritage of the individual
sovereignty culture are so frustrated by living under a cul-
ture of mass manipulation that they account for less than
zero population growth. Almost no individuals who were
bred by the culture of individual sovereignty now choose to
immigrate and become United States citizens. Meanwhile
the de facto government brings in, or allows to come in il-
legally, those it can manipulate. Also the •Taws" that it
pressures the puppet government to make encourage prolific
breeding of the incompetent and unperceptive who can be
All history has shown that opposing cultures cannot be
mixed. But this is the most impressive example of that fact
ever known. Never before has a mortal enemy taken over a
people's government without their knowledge.
The United States - which was founded by those bred
for and trying to reclaim their culture of individual sov-
ereignty - is now undergoing the most rapid human culture
of humans for mass manipulation ever known in the whole
history of the human species.
THE CURRENT WORLDWIDE PICTURE
Since the United States ceased to function as its Con-
stitution prescribed, there exists no place on earth where
the culture of individual sovereignty is now implemented by
a recognizable government power.
If we look only at "the way things are" it would appear
that the culture of individual sovereignty has failed - and
the human species is doomed to regression or extinction.
There is more reason for hope if we look at the human
products of three billion years of evolution who continue to
resist the culture of mass manipulation.
We recognize that less than a fifth of the present
world's population was bred by the individual sovereignty
culture. However the desire for individual sovereignty
exists in many individuals throughout the world who have
no history of the culture. They may not even recognize
that any human culture of humans has ever been practiced.
Without reference to any cultural heritage, they merely
think of themselves as having been strong enough to resist
mass manipulation. They see individual sovereignty as an
innate urge, they see it as being the nature of humans -
even as it is the nature of other living things. They simply
think that Nature has been perverted by mass manipulators.
They would welcome the opportunity to participate in any
feasible action to eliminate the practices of the manipula-
All of us who perceive the significance of our individ-
ual sovereignty cultural heritage recognize that the entire
human species is now being bred for such complete lack of
perception, and such complete acceptence of group-entities
as "the way things are," that it appears to be passing the
point of no return.
Both the Oriental and the Western systems have be-
come fully effective, full blown human cultures of humans.
Both now selectively breed for zombis that can be manipu-
The control of the people within the areas dominated
by each system is now complete. Now the focus is on which
system can demonstrate its "superiority" by extending its
area of control.
Both have now adopted the same language for use in
combination with force. Both use modern meaningless word
replacements for "destroying the wicked and the evildoers
that the strong harm not the weak." In the Western system,
the war cry is "our democracy against communism." In the
Oriental system the war cry is "our democracy against
capitalistic imperialism." "Demoncracy," in both systems, is
merely an illusion that the manipulated people are still
individuals making their own choices. This illusion is main-
tained by herding them to polling booths where they cast
votes for one of the tweedle-dee tweedle-dum choices that
the manipulators allow them make.
What is the real difference between the current sys-
tems of mass manipulation that the manipulators are now
pitting against each other?
Because mass manipulators in the Western World have
had six thousand years of using carrots along with the
stick, and because they have been able to enslave and use
the abilities of a people bred for individual sovereignty, the
"standard of living" has been higher in the West.
However the basic difference is this:
In the Orient, mass force is seen for what it is.
In the West, mass force was originally camouflaged as
"the will of god." Now those Western manipulators who have
a heritage of conquest by deceit are intoxicated with their
demonstrated success in camouflaging raw force under the
cover of money.
This undercover use of force makes it possible for them
to continue the same language of twisted words about "thou
shalt not kill" that originally confused and led the individ-
ual sovereignty people to kill off each other. Destroying
those who are consciously committed to the culture of indi-
vidual sovereignty is their major objective. World Wars I
and 11, into which they manipulated the individual sover-
eignty people, did much to accomplish this. The use they
make of money, television, and compulsory "education" is
clear evidence that they want to continue manipulating in-
dividual sovereignty people to fight and kill other individual
sovereignty people until all who oppose mass manipulation
have been bred out of the human species.
Never in history has open, recognizable force destroyed
a functioning culture of individual sovereignty. As describ-
ed in the Siegfried legend, those committed to this culture
are vulnerable only at a spot on their backs not touched by
the dragon's blood in which they bathed. Their comradeship
and love, born of their relationships exclusively with each
other, leave them vulnerable to an enemy who has not de-
clared himself as such - and who bears no visible weapon.
Originally the individual sovereignty people were under
pressure from two sides. But they never fell before mass
force. They demonstrated to the whole world that sovereign
individuals can effectively resist open, recognizable force.
Their culture remained fully functional east of the
Rhine and north of the Danube Rivers - even while the
Romans set against their borders at least half of all the
legions they could muster within the most formidable em-
pire of manipulated masses the West had ever known. The
culture of individual sovereignty, which always expands
rapidly under conditions favoring individual perception and
an open appeal to reason, was never overcome by force
that was open and honest. Only an undefended area where
the individual sovereignty people could be knifed in the
back has made possible what has happened.
The original Northern European individual sovereignty
society fell to lies and deceit of enemies who were eager
to show that their hands were empty of recognizable wea-
The same pattern was evident when the people of the
United States, unconquered by the force of a recognizable
and declared enemy, fell before mass manipulators who
falsified their allegiance to the Constitutional Government
and took control as deceitful infiltrators building a network
that bored from within.
When considering strategy, it is therefore fitting that
we focus our view of current conditions on the mass manip-
ulators whose own strategy of battle relies on infiltration,
lies, and deceit that provoke others to fight among them-
selves while they, the actual enemies, carry no visible wea-
pons. Because, more than those of the opposing culture, we
have bred the capacity for comradeship and love to an ex-
tremely high degree, we are slow to recognize that an
enemy "can smile and smile and be a villian still."
If the culture of mass manipulation passes the point of
no return, it will make little difference whether it was the
one that had its origin in the Orient or in the West. The
only real advantage of now being in the West is that there
are some of us who remember and cherish our heritage of
being bred by a successful, functioning, adequately defend-
ed culture of individual sovereignty. We know our aspira-
tions are not the dreams of an impractical Utopia. We know
a culture of individual sovereignty can work and if it were
worldwide there would be no more mass warfare.
Even in the middle of manipulated mass madness, we
retain some measure of our innate perception. We know
that our culture was Nature's way. In Nature, we know that
we have an ally that will continue the ideals and direction
to which we are committed - even if it requires replacing
the whole human species with another form of life.
Our sanity, as we view all the manipulated forces that
stand against us, requires conscious and continuous aware-
ness that "Nature and Nature's God" are here to stay. Evo-
lution, the method of Nature that created us, is here to
stay. The human species continues from the plateau of sex-
ual beings, with a sex based perception, or it regresses and
its individuals become parts of an asexual group-entity.
If an asexual "will to power" is used to create group-
entities, then mass warfare - with the most effective wea-
pons human ingenuity can devise - is inevitable. But this
replacement of sovereign individuals with group-entities
will not be "victory over nature." The human species will
be replaced by a species more fitted to do what the indi-
vidual sovereignty people tried so valiantly to accomplish.
What can be the nature of the manipulators that are
now pushing the human species back toward the way of life
passed by evolving living things more than six hundred mil-
lion years ago?
If we want to be generous, we can assume that the
mass manipulators lack knowledge regarding the overall ef-
feet of their actions. We can assume that they have merely
become involved in a game and think there is a prize called
M a position of power/ 1 We can assume that they do not
know how greatly they are degrading and destroying the
quality of life when they present sex as nothing more than
a source of sensual enjoyment - as eating food is to an
asexual animal. We can assume that they don't know what
is happening to innate creative perception when life is pre-
sented as a game of acquiring the assembly line products of
"civilization." We can assume they do not recognize that
"achieving a position of power" within a group-entity is
becoming a part of an organism that evolution surpassed six
hundred million years ago - the asexual entity.
Perhaps we make a mistake if we seek to be generous
and regard the manipulators as ''decent human beings who
are just stupid," Perhaps the monstrosity of what they are
doing is too great for us to believe that it comes from
True, the total monstrosity is a cultural accretion of
individual human wills - but those who carry it on are con-
stantly adding to it. As individuals they may "smile and
smile," and thereby tempt us to accept them as harmless,
but it is by their fruits that we must know them. The fruits
of what they have done and are doing show a superficial
cleverness that proclaims their objective of "victory over
nature" is not set forth with total ignorance of that objec-
tive's scope and monstrosity. They have concentrated on
Nature's obstacle to what they are doing - sex.
Centuries ago the manipulators successfully used sexual
relations to enhance the "authority" of the group entity
over individuals. They encouraged the manipulated masses
to stone to death anyone who did not submit to the group's
"right" to "authorize" sexual relations.
When the manipulated group ceased to stone to death
those who showed no respect for the group-entity's
arrogated "right" to "authorize" individual sexual relations,
the manipulators began to destroy respect for sex, itself.
They actively promoted homosexuality and perversion.
In their attempts to present sex as nothing more than a
source of sensual enjoyment, as eating food is to an asexual
animal, they promoted the misuse of the very word "sex." In
current use it has been changed to mean "sexual relations."
That leaves no word for a development that has been the
major focus of evolution for six hundred million years of
trial and error.
Sex is not M sexual relations." Sex is a plateau of
evolution that needs to be seen as such. The ecstasy and
subtle perception, that selective evolution has at last
woven into sexual beings, leads one to the joyful perception
of the direction and wonder of Nature that works
underneath consciousness in all living things.
Because the plateau of sex evolved delicate perception,
humans began to consciously recognize that wonder under-
neath consciousness at work wherever they saw it manifest
in Nature. They perceived it within themselves and without.
They saw it in the light. They saw it in the darkness. Each
small human could thrill to the tallness of a pine tree,
relax one's being into the fragrance of a rose, expand with
joy before the glorious color of a sunrise, and weep before
the beauty of the stars. Then, at last, each small conscious
human began to glimpse the awe-inspiring privilege of his
place as a direct interacting part of the grand totality.
The manipulators appear to clearly recognize that the
perception arising from leaving sexual discrimination where
Nature placed it - in the conscious-subconscious thoughts of
the individual - is something that must be destroyed one
way or another. Their history-old objective is monstrous
beyond acceptance by anyone we can consider a sane
person. But although, instead of being locked in insane
asylums, they smile and profess beneficent objectives, we
can still recognize the psychotic suicidal maliciousness that
wills: 'If we cannot have our 'positions of power* we will
drag the entire human species into the pit with us rather
than admit our falsity."
Some of us see with painful clearness the march of
madness over individual sovereignty that is upheld, by those
who mouth phrases supplied by the manipulators, as "the
triumph of civilization over barbarism."
Most painful of the things we now watch, in line with
the manipulated objective of "victory over nature," is the
selective breeding for lack of perception so that massed
humans can be more easily manipulated.
While the selective breeding is still incomplete, while
all perception has not yet been entirely bred out, the view
of another spectacle causes us pain. The continuing culture
of mass manipulation requires that even the remaining ves-
tige of perception be made non-functional by brainwashing.
The methods vary but susceptibility to manipulation is
always the goal that the manipulators seek to "achieve."
The original Oriental form of brainwashing was expres-
sed by Laotze, founder of Taoism, about twenty-six hundred
years ago in these words: " The sage, in the exercise of
government, empties the people's minds, fills their bellies f
w eakens their wills, strengthens their bones. He constantly
tries to keep them without knowledge and without desire ,
and where there are those who have knowledge, to keep/
" them from presuming to act on it. Where there is th is aDsti-^
nence from act ion, good order is universal"
The original Western form of brainwashing was to fill
the people's minds so full of lies about man-invented gods
that any remaining perception of those bred for lack of
perception was overruled with words.
The present method in the West is "education" and en-
tertainment - the attempt to fill minds so full of inconse-
quential pap passing for information that the manipulated
cannot sweep it away and view themselves and their rela-
tion to the world in anything approaching clear perspective.
Red herrings are dragged across every significant thought
by manipulators before it reaches consideration by the
For instance: The major concern of most people today
is mass warfare and the impressive weapons that have been
created for that purpose. ^Several writers, popular enough
to b e interviewed on televiion, have made the point tha t,
ot a ii~The mi llions of sp ecies of life known to science, orily^
humans jindjth e "social" insects engage in mass warfareT
This observed fact is crowded out by a flood of other fact-
ual information - before the profound significance of it can
The two forms of brainwashing - emptying people's
minds, or filling them so full that there is no room for their
innate perception to surface - appear equally effective as
methods for mass manipulation. Both systems result in pre-
venting the individual from relating objective perception to
the aboriginal creative consciousness within - as a basis for
viewing total reality in clear perspective. Direct relation-
ship between the individual and total reality must be des-
troyed before the individual can accept relationship with
the group-entity as having top priority. Which system can
give worldwide control by most effectively "accomplishing"
this is the only concern of the manipulators who now pit
against each other the Oriental and Western systems of
What opinion might we expect of the current problem
of humans on earth if we imagined ourselves viewed by a
"more advanced" people on another planet, or by a people
of another dimension living among us, or simply by some
among us who have allowed the perspective of the aborigi-
nal creative intelligence to permeate their beings? Imagine
what they would say:
Objective observer: "Three billion years of evolution
has produced humans as a species of the most promising
potential to be found anywhere in the universe. In the re-
gressive insects they have before them the clear picture of
what will happen to them if they continue their present
direction. And still they continue."
Concerned observer: "1 don't like the destiny that
looms before them. Can't they see that destiny as it is set
out before them in the world of reality - in the living lan-
guage of the aboriginal creative consciousness?"
Objective observer: "They see in a clouded detached
fashion without making a connection between what they see
and what they are doing. Their minds are too full of gar-
bage to see anything clearly. They obviously know that
they are opposing natural evolution. But in World War II
they killed off fifty million of their fittest young men -
even while seeking ways to preserve the deformed and in-
competent. They call human life sacred and profane its
quality in order to preserve no more than a beating heart
and some semblance of food digestion. They see the termite
female turned into an egg laying factory, a helpless thing
several hundred times the size of an ordinary termite, at-
tended by de-sexed individuals who make "test-tube" modi-
fications to produce the functional types needed by the
group-entity - and they find it repulsive. But one of their
entertainment producers, Aldous Huxley, describes the same
condition as being that toward which the human species is
rapidly moving. With a supercilious smile he titles the des-
cription "Brave New World" and they merely find the pic-
ture amusing. They fail to see that they, themselves, have
been going through the termite, and the "Brave New World,"
de-sexing process throughout all the history of their mass
manipulation culture. That culture has bred such lack of
perception that they reject reality and choose the titilla-
tion of drugs or word-confused thought."
Concerned observer: "Potentially they are a very fine
species; it is even difficult to imagine how the best of
them could be more fittingly developed toward becoming
diverse interacting facets of the aboriginal creative intel-
ligence. Can you visualize no destiny for them in the ex-
tant design of being but for the whole species to become
extinct by group-entity fighting group-entity with the
powerful weapons of mass warfare they have invented?"
Objective observer: "Enough of them could survive
total warfare to continue the species but whether its con-
tinuation would be worthwhile is problematical. They have
been so completely conditioned to think that group-entities
are essential to survival that they would probably repeat
their history all over again."
Concerned observer: "1 hate to think of them becoming
extinct. But that, 1 admit, would be preferable to their suc-
cess in the direction they are going - recreating the asex-
ual group-entity after the fashion of the insects. I'd like to
think that the present total world domination of the mass
manipulation culture could act as a fire that burned out the
dross - and those who survived the experience would be so
strengthed that they could never again be manipulated, and
would be too wise to try to manipulate others."
Objective observer: "That well might happen, if you are
not contemplating a unique accident by which a devastating
atomic war would somehow preserve selected individuals.
Individual will is the direction determining essence of, and
reason for, all living things. Those who lack the perception
to reject the culture of mass manipulation are dross that
are better drained from the stream of evolution. Only those
who throw the full weight of their force, or will, for indi-
vidual integrity are fit brands for a continuing life segre-
gated from the burning."
ABOUT THE BOOK'S AUTHORS,
The Valorian Society is a non-profit corporation for the
purpose of public education. The corporation organizes the
study, preparation, and distribution of varied informative,
literary, and art works, along with specific works for adult
discussion groups, and child education.
The Society is oriented on the culture of individual
sovereignty. Some members were already committed to a
"dress rehearsal for the culture of individual sovereignty"
before the corporation was formed. These members have
provided much of the driving force and creative work be-
hind the Society's accomplishments.
The "dress rehearsal 11 is a day to day way of life dif-
ferent from that enforced on everyone in the culture of
mass manipulation. This day to day simulated individual sov-
ereignty provides concrete examples to children of inter-
personal relationships that are more in harmony with their
innate impulses than what they could see, and hear advo-
cated, in the world of manipulated masses. Such examples
form a conspicuous contrast to present conditions in the
outside world. The contrast stimulates perceptive thought,
leads to intelligent questions, and provides a basis for ex-
plaining to children how people developed the - presently
worldwide - mass madness that is the problem of the human
"Dress rehearsal" is the nearest approach to a culture
of individual sovereignty that can now be practiced - even
in the Western "free world." The Constitution established
the United States as a government to defend sovereign indi-
viduals from group-entities promoting the culture of mass
manipulation, but it no longer functions in this respect. The
enemies of individual sovereignty within the United States
began their first unmistakable attempt to destroy the
United States Government about seventy years ago, as de-
tailed in our work "Human History." They pressured Con-
gress into making "laws" exceeding its Constitutional
authority. These "laws" funneled power into the hands of
the manipulators and enabled them to use that power with-
out the public becoming aware of what was happening.
These internal enemies of the United States now have as
much control as if they had full support from an occupying
The manipulators who have this control over the United
States are committed to the culture that is in mortal op-
position to the individual sovereignty culture. They want no
public awareness that the culture they are trying to des-
troy exists or ever did exist. They do not want a "dress
rehearsal" example. They do not want any awareness of
cultural conflict injected into their manipulative "educa-
tion" of children. And they do not want public awareness of
the cultural conflict stimulated by open public adult discus-
The Valorian Society and all those engaged in the
associated "dress rehearsal" fully support and conform to
the Constitutional laws of the United States. Believing that
confrontation on any point less than the total issue plays
into the enemy's hands, we also conform to all the uncon-
stitutional 'laws" that Congress has been pressured to put
Because the Valorian Society is legally incorporated as
a non-profit educational society, and its recorded purpose
of public education requires free speech and free press, the
unconstitutional "laws" that provide a method for censor-
ship by an enemy controlling the United States are ex-
tremely irksome. However, our strategy is to obey even the
inch-by-inch 'laws" that chip away at the world's last gov-
ernment committed to individual sovereignty - until the
Constitutional Government can be fully restored.
Because the controlling enemy does not yet feel con-
fident to openly challenge the Constitution of the United
States as a whole, we sovereign individuals who live in the
United States and fully support the Constitution have only
one formidable problem. It is a problem that we share with
sovereign individuals throughout the world. This shared pro-
blem stimulates our empathy for those in areas where the
ones committed to mass manipulation are already the
Since the United States fell under control of its ene-
mies, there is nowhere in the world where sovereign indi-
viduals are not simply prisoners of a single "one world 11
enemy. The whole world has become one planetary prison
camp run by those committed to the culture of mass manip-
This anti- Nature, anti-reason condition is so ridiculous
that passive acceptance of it would insult our intelligence.
Can a clear look at the facts fail to insult the intelligence
of any person with perception? The facts are so few and
simple that the ridiculousness of the condition should be
The culture of mass manipulation has been selectively
breeding humans who would accept life as mere units of a
controlled group-entity for perhaps 15t000 years. However,
this is only l/40,000th of the time that natural selection
bred all living things for perceptive awareness of their in-
dividual sovereignty. The humans who retain the conscious
will to individual sovereignty doubtless still account for
well over half the world population. And those who are
consciously committed to the culture of mass manipulation,
even under governments that openly advocate communism,
almost certainly amount to less than ten percent of those
over whom they exercise control. Even if we ignore the
zombis that the culture of mass manipulation has already
selectively bred, the control of individual sovereigns by less
than one fifth their number of mass manipulators is too
ridiculous for passive acceptance.
But such control is an undeniable current fact that
must be admitted before considering what can be done
The first problem that we, who are committed sover-
eign individuals, must face is the problem that always faces
prisoners - communication with each other, when those who
hold them prisoners live in constant fear that communica-
tion will lead to cooperative action.
The fact that we sovereign individuals - particularly
when we live in the "free" Western World - have the com-
munication problem typical of prisoners is a seemingly ri-
diculous thing to admit - even when the undeniable fact is
constantly before us.
Most of us move about freely and talk freely. The pre-
sent restraint on communication is something different from
that known in conventional prison camps. We are not only
permitted to talk. We are prompted and encouraged to talk.
This total reversal camouflages the fact that ours is the
age-old problem of prisoners.
Instead of the conventionally enforced silence, the ene-
my's current method of stopping communication is based on
confusion. We are permitted and encouraged to say anything
that creates or adds to the confused babble. The censorship
consists not of stopping talk but of twisting or drowning
out anything significant that is said.
If sovereign individual prisoners say anything signifi-
cant, the manipulators controlling the media will twist it if
they can, and drown it out if they cannot twist it into
something that, by unreasoned association, implies discredit
on individual sovereignty or those advocating it. Insig-
nifcant babble, used to create confusion and swallow up
anything significant, is a weapon used in connection with
the controlled media to accomplish this unique form of
In most areas of the worldwide prison, individuals can
talk. But selection of what will actually be heard by a
sizeable public is under control of those committed to the
culture of mass manipulation.
In the United States, the Constitution prohibits the
Constitutional Government from abridging freedom of
speech. But the manipulators who have a control of the
media denied to the Government are not the Constitutional
Government. They would merely laugh at any petition for a
redress of grievances. They see the U. S. Government as
being nothing but their puppet. They think of themselves as
being above the Government.
The Valorian Society recognizes the stated condition
but does not accept it passively. For over fifteen years we
have created and distributed brochures and books on the
various aspects of our worldwide problem that add up to
significant communication. The active response and rapid
extension of communication lines has been extremely grati-
Also, we have discovered that, in the United States,
where the manipulators are not yet quite ready to chal-
lenge the Constitution as a whole, we can simulate a desir-
able life as sovereign individuals - if we refuse to be taken
in by the efforts our enemies make to give our "dress re-
hearsal" some "well deserved publicity" - their kind. We
encourage others to follow our example.
Those who are c o nsciously committed to the culture of
individ ual sovereignty, an a nave sufficient friends so com-
mitrefl""""to provide a social group or a size thai all tincf
satisractory, can find simulation of individual sovereig nty"*
highly rewarding. The social group may consist of only two
persons, a single family, or a fairly large number of individ-
uals held together socially, economically and/or by location.
The location may be within a city, in a secluded rural area,
or anywhere. In the United States there are a variety of
legal forms that such a group can use to enhance its func-
tional efficacy. In many other countries the difficulties are
greater. But, even so, a "dress rehearsal" for individual
sovereignty is worth a substantial risk.
John Harland's book, "Brave New World, A Different
Projection," describes a small self-sustaining "dress rehear-
sal" group in an isolated valley that has very limited con-
tact with the outside world. Jill von Konen's "Camp 38" is
a fictional projection of an inconspicuous group of sub-
stantial size that is dedicated to a fully functioning culture
of individual sovereignty. Both writers are members of the
All members of the Valorian Society have found that
separation between a simulated world of individual sover-
eignty and the world controlled by the mass manipulators
helps us keep the problem in focus. The central core of the
Valorian Society is continuing a "dress rehearsal" segrega-
tion as an aid to further refinement of communication ma-
terials. There is still much to be done by us and by others
who are also working at the same task. The soundest of
materials are essential when we move into the public arena,
where the enemy's stategy of battle is "confuse the issue."
In cooperation with the American Christian Church and
the Perceptive Baptist Church, the Valorian Society spon-
sors the Individual Sovereignty Society. The ISS is actively
implementing a specific, precisely set forth, strategy for
restoring Constitutional Government in the United States.
A member of the Valorian Society, Erik Holden, wrote
the incisive comments bound with the "American Christian
Bible," by Thomas Jefferson. This is the edition of the
so-called Jefferson Bible that is used by the American
Christian Church and the Perceptive Baptist Church. These
churches are primarily concerned with turning the stampede
of the anti-Christ "Christians," who have played into the
hands of the mass manipulators. Those who are aware of
the harm being done by the good intentions ot these anti-
Christ "Christians," and who have a basis of empathy with
them, may find this a fertile field for active work.
There is an enormous open field for public presentation
- to a live audience - of fully organized ideas that would
turn the stampede of those brainwashed to accept the ma-
nipulators' propaganda that they call "the consensus of
We have found that open discussions focusing on a spe-
cific significant written work - and kept in focus by host-
leaders who ask questions without making comments - can
be very effective. They do more than merely stimulate
public thought. They also enable perceptive persons to
distinguish between enemies, zombies, and potential friends.
By doing this they provide a basis for forming desirable
relationships. The Valorian Society makes plans and
provides materials for such discussions.
The preparation of books and materials for sound edu-
cation of children is a wide open field that needs entry
from those competent to do this highly important work. The
Valorian Society wants to move into this field but we re-
cognize that any substantial change will require several
generations to correct the harm done by the mass manipula-
tors. At present attractive pictures are necessary to com-
pete with the glossy materials the mass manipulators now
buy with the enormous tax funds they obtain for "educa-
tion." Because we do not have artists who want to draw
competitive pictures, nor money to publish books of compe-
titive glossiness, we are currently not giving this work the
priority we think it merits. "Camp 38" contains a section
that sets forth our current concept concerning sound edu-
cation of children.
Removing children from the enemy-controlled schools
that brainwash them for mass manipulation is the ultimate
problem. The best of teachers become helpless if they must
submit themselves to the existing system.
For the present, all sovereign individuals who are un-
able to educate their own children have the problem of
finding some alternative to giving their children over to
schools that brainwash them - whether the manipulators use
words purportedly coming from a man-invented god, or the
manipulative dogmas that they call "the consensus of
The Valorian Society currently makes its major public
appeal to perceptive adults. But neither we, nor any of the
other sovereign individual groups that work outside the
twisting influence of the mass media, have been able to
make full use of all the opportunities. Some new ones cure
just now opening up.
The current facilities widely distributing video tapes
for home viewing make it possible to use a new field of
communication outside the censorship by the manipulators
who control television broadcasts.
The rationally and emotionally improved lifestyle under
the culture of individual sovereignty has never been set
forth on the screen - either as a fictional possibility or as
a historically accurate presentation. This shows that, des-
pite each individual mass manipulator's greed for money,
and the urgent need the whole industry has for new and
different TV programs to satisfy the insatiable demand, the
policy-making enemies of the United States are so fanati-
cally committed to mass manipulation that they allow
nothing favoring individual sovereignty to appear on TV
broadcasts. Sovereign individuals, who have skills in the
video field, now have an opportunity of unprecedented pos-
sibilities for clear, powerful communication.
There is hope for a glorious dawn in a near tomorrow
if we of the Valorian Society, and others working in the
same direction, can fully succeed in establishing effective
communication between sovereign individuals.
Dedicated to Individual Sovereignty
Sovereign Press proudly offers the following books by
members of the Valorian Society.
The "American Christian Bible," extracted by Thomas
Jefferson is included because it contains comprehensive
comments by the Valorian Society member, Erik Holden.
The total body of the works here offered adds up to an
organized attempt to communicate with those isolated
individuals, and already established groups, who want to
reclaim their innate individual sovereignty. These works
present the results of extensive analysis, together with the
Valorian Society's view of what actions can, and cannot, be
effective in reaching a solution to the history-old human
To indicate the scope of this carefully organized
approach, we have included the Valorian Society's plan for
discussion groups - divided according to the way the
participants choose to approach the problem that now faces
the human species.
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84170 BRAVE NEW WORLD, A Different Projection. John Harland.
A rebel of the sixties generation has now matured and
found words for his thoughts. In San Francisco John Har-
land, at nineteen, and an eighteen year old runaway, named
Jill, joined forces to create a new world.
Along with his examination of various lifestyles he and
Jill explored, he examines what's wrong with the establish-
ment, with emphasis on manipulation by word conditioning,
and looks at many well known doomsday books, such as Hux-
ley's M Brave New World, 11 Orwell's "Nineteen Eighty-four,"
and Zamyatin's M We. M Harland may not be voicing the con-
sensus thoughts of the sixties rebels but his world is start-
lingly new - and exclusively for the brave. Suitable for
Permanent quality 5x8 paperback $5.00
Recommended for library purchase by BOOKLIST. See full
review in BOOKLIST 9-15-78.
Excerpt from newspaper review:
M As I predicted, the brighter lights of the rebellion of the
sixties would only show their colors after the hubbub sub-
- Burton Frye, REGIONAL NEWS, Lake Geneva, Wis.
84197 CAMP 38. Jill von Konen.
This is the Jill of John Harland's "Brave New World.' 1
After several years of living in a "full dress rehearsal for a
culture of individual sovereignty," and discussing with
everyone involved the possibility of having a real, fully ef-
fective culture in the present world, Jill presents a detail-
ed, fictional picture of such a possibility. This projection of
the most desirable life everyone participating in the "dress
rehearsal" could imagine turned out to be what every frag-
ment left of their history points to as being the actual
practices and ideals of the early Northern Europeans. The
"dress rehearsal" people then realized that what they were
considering was not the usual, wild dream, pie-in-the-sky
Utopia. Their dream world was actually a current model of
Northern European lifestyle before "Christianity." So, with-
out making an issue of the distinction between real Christ-
ianity and what was promoted by the Catholic Church, Jill
gave "Camp 38" a subtitle calling attention to this fact.
Her invented story covers the detailed day-to-day life
under an imaginary full scale culture of the sort visualized
by the secluded Valorian Society groups. Strangely enough,
this yearned-for Camp 38, which now has to be only a
dream, could have been a state, fully supporting and sup-
ported by the United States Constitution. If the Constitu-
tion were still functioning and some Federal land were
made available, Camp 38 could be a realized dream even
now. It is an extremely interesting idea on which to orient.
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AN ORXUKAl WORK BASED WON KCHATO WAOHMS
THE VALKYRIE, SKOFIOEO. ANO aOTTEROAKM(ftUNO
79111 THE RING CYCLE. Melvin Gorham.
This original work projects into the 21st century the
age-old conflict of youths and lovers battling against the
entrenched manipulators of public power. Hunding is por-
trayed as an official in the police-state of FAFNER, and
the Valkyries are plane pilots who rescue wounded heroes
from battle and take them to the individual sovereigns'
haven in Valhalla. Brunnhilde, Chief of the Valkyries, chal-
lenges the authority of Wotan, the sovereigns' leader, when
she attempts to aid Siegmund. The adaption to the 21st cen-
tury setting makes an interesting background for Gorham's
continuous story based on the plots of Wagner's "Die Wal-
kure, M "Siegfried," and "Gotterdammerung," all of which he
follows closely. This will have special appeal for those in-
terested in interpretations of the Ring operas. But none
can fail to be caught up in the powerful dramatic material.
This clear portrayal of the spirit permeating the Northern
Europeans of prehistory opens the door on a whole new
world where instinct and culture are in full agreement.
79111 Hardcover $9.00
79103 Permanent quality 5x8 paperback $5.00
The first section, "The Valkyrie," had previous limited
distribution in manuscript format for play production. This
had a full review in LIBRARY JOURNAL 6-16-76 from
which the following is quoted:
"Recommended for university theater departments or
those seeking a play with potential for experimental
- Susan F. Curtis, LIBRARY JOURNAL
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82146 AMERICAN CHRISTIAN BIBLE, extracted by Thomas Jefferson.
In 1904 Congress ordered the U. S. printing office to
print 9,000 copies of the so-called Jefferson Bible for the
use of Congress. These have largely disappeared and the
work has been supressed. The reason for this is important
to every American.
Jefferson, who wrote into the Declaration of Indepen-
dence that governments derive their just powers from the
governed, also wrote to Charles Thomson on January 9,
1816, "I am a real Christian." Seeking greatest Biblical ac-
curacy, he compared Greek, Latin, French, and English ver-
sions and used scissors to cut away the theocratic injec-
tions that the 325 A. D. Council of Nice overlaid upon the
teachings of Jesus. Theocratic Catholics and Jews have
worked to suppress this Bible of a real Christian. Examina-
tion of Jefferson's views on Christianity draws attention to
the fact that the Declaration of Independence, on which
the United States was founded, clearly states rejection of
This book contains a reproduced photocopy of Jeffer-
son's work, along with an up-to-the-minute examination by
Erik Holden of Christianity, biological development, and the
all important relationship between religion, state, and indi-
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62012 THE PAGAN BIBLE. Melvin Gotham.
"Pagan" originally designated one who would not conform
to the state religion of Rome. Later the word was used to
point out - in attempted derision - one who would not con-
form to any of the currently popular religions around the
Mediterranean: Official Roman "Christianity, 11 Judaism, and
Accepting the challenge implied in the historical meaning
of the word, Gorham examines all major religions of the
world from the Pagan perspective. The examination sears
more often than it praises but the end result is not a bar-
ren waste. From the seeming ruin, the ghost of a Pagan,
who has endured generations of cloyingly benevolent group
rule, rises up in heroic stature to demand a new incarna-
The work arranges known realities into a conceptual
framework that appeals to one who says "1 am," "1 per-
ceive," and "1 will." It shows that a fully conscious Pagan
can find a way of life as far evolved beyond the institu-
tional religions as the highest man is evolved beyond the
most primitive organism of the Paleozoic slime. This is not
a book for everyone, but the perceptive reader will arrive
at a new plateau where a human individual has fully under-
standable meaning with relation to the total universe - and
the total universe also has clear meaning.
Hardcover, 296 pages $5.00
From the Valorian Society
84189 VALORIC FIRE and A WORKING PLAN FOR
INDIVIDUAL SOVEREIGNTY. From the Valorian Society.
This unusual book first sets forth an imaginary campfire
conference of people with varied pasts who are seeking to
form a totally new human relationship based on a new mor-
ality. It presents a view of individualism and the prospect
for social cooperation as it might appear after passing
through the fire of compulsory groupism.
Then it presents actual excerpts from the published -
and quickly withdrawn from circulation - book by the "Old
Man" who formed the alternative society described by John
Harland's "Brave New World, A Different Projection." The
excerpts include the exact wording for Agreements between
All who want to take part in any society or government
seeking to be an alternative to the usual power structure
of manipulated masses need to consider the ideas presented
here. The facts and ideas here presented clarify the mud-
died ideological thoughts involved in most discussions of
individualism versus "the greatest good for the greatest
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83162 THE SIX DISCIPLINES OF MAN'S BEING and
MAN'S RELATION TO GOVERNMENT. Melvin Gorham.
Gorham examines the life-direction pointed by evolution-
ary development and inherited memory, with special atten-
tion to the meaning of sex. He carefully defines (1) Time
(2) Space (3) Matter (4) Life (5) Sex (6) Man, and posits M an
ultimate frame of reference" for total reality.
After looking with new eyes at reality unencumbered by
cultural trimmings, he considers governmeuts* He sees most
governments as surrogate parents that promote the anti-
nature culture of mass manipulation. The history-old con-
tinuity of the oppressive practice suggests hopelessness.
Then an opening is revealed which shows that a government
can be the implement of all nature, and of nature's man,
joined in one action. This is not a Utopian dream of the
future. It is a clear possibility and he presents a plan for
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SOVEREIGN PRESS, 326 Harris Road, Rochester, WA 98579 U.S.A.
81138 WORD CONTROLLED HUMANS, A Brief History. John Harland.
Brief and crystal clear, this would be an admirable
basic work before any other history is studied in the
schools. The two major conflicting concepts of how life
should be lived are described as cultural directions that
came into conflict before that conflict reached a climax in
the teachings and crucifixion of Jesus. The Holy Roman
Church's use of a false Christianity to promote a theocracy
is sharply portrayed as the destroyer of both the teachings
of Jesus and the Northern European cultural direction.
Then the American attempt to regain our cultural heri-
tage of individual integrity is examined. The two hundred
year long losing battle is covered from the perspective of
religion, government, and money. Expanding to the world-
wide scene, Harland looks at the errors made by the Ger-
mans under Hitler in trying to recover from the destructive
effects of theocracy. He keeps his eye on what is signifi-
cant rather than merely sensational.
This brief history puts the problems of the human spe-
cies into a context where effecive action to correct them
can be seen as a present possibility.
81138 Hardcover $9.00
8112X 5x8 permanent quality paperback $5.00
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83154 THE FORCE UNDERLYING MASS WARFARE.
This work sets forth the strategy of the Individual Sov-
ereignty Society, ISS, for dealing with the causes behind
the atomic bomb and all mass warfare - and for restoring
Constitutional Government in the United States. Emphasis is
on the unconstitutional power to control the value of U. S.
money given to the Federal Reserve Bank, and the uncon-
stitutional power of censorship given to those controlling
radio and television broadcasting stations. Contains inform-
ation about objectives, organization, and qualifications for
membership in the ISS.
24 page brochure $1.00
84200 HUMAN CULTURE OF HUMANS, Valorian Society.
The focus is on the problem created by breeding for
mass manipulation as it now exists in the United States -
because the media is pushing our Government, despite our
Constitution that opposes it, in the worldwide totalitarian
direction. Bypassing the media that will not permit open
discussion, this work presents a practical method for
achieving its two immediate objectives: (1) Abolish the un-
constitutional Federal Reserve System, and (2) Remove the
unconstitutional "laws" that give the media power to censor
open discussions and manipulate Congress. The necessary
action to accomplish these objectives, which is already
under way and rapidly accelerating, is precisely described.
32 page brochure $1.00
86235 HUMAN HISTORY 5x8 paperback, 112 pages $4.00
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